Conies Down Tor
Conies' Down Tor, Condeshull, Condyshull
Sited north of the Lich Way and west of the Cowsic River, this granite tor has two main outcrops. The most direct access is from Holming Beam to the south, but the route is pretty tough going.
Hemery, when describing the fantastic views to be had from the tor, states that: "The view is interesting: south-south-west beyond Conies Down Water is the rounded lump of Blacka Brook Head, and left of it Black Dunghill; beyond these is the lofty Mis Tor ridge. Ahead and southward, one is struck by the extraordinary series of meanders in the course of Cowsic below Broad Hole."
The tor itself consists of two small outcrops of compact granite on the southern flank of Maiden Hill, a large boggy plateau, forming a splendid backdrop for the aforementioned view down the Cowsic.