Bowden Hill Rocks
Shown on old OS maps as a large outcrop, these rocks are actually very overgrown with vegetation but still protrude rather boldly from the valley side with more of the emerging tor scattered through the trees.
It lies on private land, however, which means you must try and view the main Rock from the road by Lower Bowden, and its summit from Higher Bowden. The vegetation really does obscure its size.
Below the main outcrop, there is a curious ditch of some depth, which reveals a bit more of the tor, when viewed closer. The name of "Bowden Hill Rocks" seems appropriate given the hill it sits on the side of is marked as Bowden Hill on the Tithe Map for the Parish of Hennock.