A charming tor sitting above the East Dart River, north of Postbridge. A bridleway is located below to the west, however, it does not visit the top, so it is necessary to find your own route through minor tracks from the south.
Being the first tor out of Postbridge and east of the river, it provides very good views up the East Dart valley and across to Bellever.
Relatively flat-topped from the north, the south side is much more impressive with several granite outcrops emerging from the slope of the hill.
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