The ridge line from Crockern Tor heading north to Cherry Brook is capped by many fine tors, the highest of which is Higher White Tor. The summit is topped with a small cairn.
Hemery; "In the Longaford Newtake as it tops the ridge is a gateway, known as 'Forest Gate', opening upon the rocky foot of Higher Whiten Tor (1,722 feet). A large pile, its superiority in height over its sister tor is enhanced by its position on a conical hill on the crest of the ridge. Views are extensive, ranging from Cut Hill, Black Ridge, Whitehorse Hill, Quinters Man and Siddaford Tor in the north..."
Higher White Tor
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Ordnance Survey Maps Eric Hemery: High Dartmoor
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