Great Mis Tor
Great Mistor, Mystor, Mistorr, Mis Tor, Mistor, Misor, Miser
A massive group of imposing granite outcrops, which likely led to it being a boundary marker of the 1240 Perambulation. Sat high on the edge of the Merrivale Range, there is plenty of granite to clamber over and explore. Easily accessed from the Four Winds car park or from Rundlestone, on the B3357 (SX 56060 74903).
As well as amazing views, the tor boasts a fine rock basin, on the summit ridge, called the Mistor Pan, once known also as the Devil's Frying Pan. It overlooks the large expanse of Mistor Marsh.
Anna Eliza Bray describes this; "We returned, with the determination of soon visiting Mistor, which is the next to the north-east, and which our good shepherd informed us was the most curious on the moor, and that we should there meet what was called Mistor pan: this we concluded must be a Druidical basin of large size."