Greena Ball Rocks
Greena Ball is clearly marked on modern OS maps well to the north of the sprawling granite mountain that is known as Great Mis Tor which is one if not the finest of Dartmoor's rock piles.
The Ball which is a gently rounded hill, is set high on the east side of the River Walkham but is also referred to as 'Yearlick Ball' by Eric Hemery (1983 p1019) who states that this is an alternative name that is used by the moormen. After that he mentions very little of the area although upon closer inspection there are some pretty good sized albeit flattened outcrops and boulders spread across the western slopes high above the river here that are indicative of a once small but now totally ruined tor on Greena Ball.
However, the best part of a visit here is to experience the wilderness and the totally fantastic view across the river to the west of the sprawling remains of Hemery's Clay Tor which is a far more impressive cluster of rocks and low outcrops.