On the edge of the disused Wotterwaste China Clay Works, this large area of granite outcrops and clitter creeps down the hill to the village of Wotter. There is a path across the top, but it is an enjoyable scramble from the bottom.
Hemery says of this pile; "The southernmost tor, consisting of two rock-piles, is Collard Tor (approx. 825 feet), which is well worth visiting as the frontier-post of an oasis in an industrial desert. It is obvious from the rocky summit and the great clitter below that this was once a striking pile."
The WH/B boundary stone is near the summit of the tor as a possible Wotter House Bounds as proposed by Milestone Society member Mark Fenlon.
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Ordnance Survey Maps Eric Hemery: High Dartmoor
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