When initially seeing this small granite outcrop below Butterdon Hill, first given 'tor' status by Samuel Rowe in his 'Perambulation of Dartmoor' on page 169, it is hardly worthy of recognition; a very disappointing flat outcrop amid a clitter-field.
On second thoughts, though, this small outcrop is likely a remnant of a ruined tor, judging by the clitter which although sparse, is obvious on the south side.
Black Tor (Butterdon)
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Samuel Rowe: A Perambulation of Dartmoor
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