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Corn Hole Rocks

Perched on the southern slopes of the amphitheatre-like bowl called Corn Hole, you will find this small collection of granite that suggests the remnants of a tor on the hillside.

One outcrop is quite distinctive when viewed using Google Maps Satellite View, as it has a square turf placed in its centre. The flat nature of the rocks makes it easy to sit and enjoy the charming views.

Corn Hole Rocks
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Grid Ref:
SX 5537 8960
Height:
426m
Parish:
Lands common to the Parishes of Bridestowe and Sourton
Tor Classification:
Valley Side
Access:
Public
Rock Type:
Granite
Credit:
Paul Buck
Reference:

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