A stunning tor, a large expanse of huge granite, with some of the best views of the national park, looking across to Burrator Reservoir.
Hemery says the slopes of, "Down Tor (1,200 feet) are clittered to a remarkable degree (similar to Vur Tor, Tavy). Numerous huge slabs, lowered upon previous deposits by melting ice (ref. 'Clitter') are poised in an unconvincing state of balance - their apparent instability discounted by their having occupied such positions for up to thirteen thousand years."
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Ordnance Survey Maps Eric Hemery: High Dartmoor
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