On the lower west slopes of Tor Hill, one sizeable granite outcrop topped with grass creeping down the valley side. Access is from a car park to the north.
Disappointing when viewed from the eastern side, Hemery assures us that: "The reason for its name is self-evident, for at the north-west foot of the tor is a huge cavity caused by a break-away of rock. Although it is some 250 feet below the crest of Tor Hill (similarly, Hen Tor below the Plym ridge), a clear prospect may be had of the declining, undulating ridges and spurs of high Dartmoor in the south."
Hollow Tor (Widecombe)
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Widecombe in the Moor
Ordnance Survey Maps Eric Hemery: High Dartmoor
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