A granite outcrop, south-west of Princetown, nestled between Hart Tor Brook and the River Meavy. To the north, evidence of a disused rifle range.
A prominent feature from the road, Hemery describes it; "Hart Tor (approx. 1,250 feet), the beautiful and symmetrical pile that bestows its name upon the brook, is one of a number so called denoting the former haunt of the white hart; it is most striking when seen from the river below."
Hart Tor (Walkhampton Common)
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Ordnance Survey Maps Eric Hemery: High Dartmoor
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