A rarely visited tor on the side of the hill above the East Dart. It is Terry Bound who tells us that in Dartmoor: A New Study (edited by Crispin Gill), it is shown as 'OUTCROP' on a map on page 158. This is within a section on 'Farming' by Michael Havinden and Freda Wilkinson.
It is no surprise that this inconspicuous set of granite, part hidden by a large holly tree, is neglected when the more impressive Blackator Rocks is sitting one hundred metres away on the right bank of the East Dart.
Blacka Tor (East Dart)
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Terry Bound: The A to Z of Dartmoor Tors Michael Havinden and Freda Wilkinson: A chapter on Farming in Dartmoor: A New Study (edited by Crispin Gill)
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