Great Trowlsworthy Tor, East Tor, Eastorre, Estorre, Trowlesworthy Tors
It is called "Great" due to its higher altitude to "Little", but by no means is it grander. Still, it is still a nice one to visit, with one main outcrop and a few other smaller piles, also giving a good view of the Whitehill Yeo China Clay Works.
Hemery describes it nicely: "Its massive proportions are awesome on near approach - especially from the east where it resembles a giant rampart. Views from the summit are very fine: especially striking is the contrast between the remote upper Plym country (north-east) and the English Channel and Cornish hills (south-west)."
Great Trowlesworthy Tor
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Ordnance Survey Maps Eric Hemery: High Dartmoor
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