Hoax Tor, Samuel Tor, Rowter, Rowter Rocks, Rowter Moor Rocks, Broadtor, Broadown Tor, Broad Down Tor
A lesser known tor that consists of sprawling rocks on the west side of Broad Down, parts of which possess some decent horizontal jointing in the granite. To the south of the wall another low lying outcrop can be seen. The full extent of this tor is shown on OS maps but not named and to some extent it is depicted as much bigger than it actually is. The best part is probably that nearest the Cherry Brook where several distinctive outcrops with closely packed fissures in the granite are seen.
Hemery describes these outcrops as Rowter Moor Rocks but Brown (1995) introduces the name of Braddon Tor. It is also known by the letterboxing community as Hoax Tor.
More recently, it acquired the name 'Samuel Tor' with a plaque dedicated to Samuel Nigel George Ayers, a little boy who died in 2006.