This is a small but pleasant and isolated rock on Holwell Lawn and a rather pretty spot with an abundance of bluebells in May. This small boulder has a lovely view eastward over the Becka Brook valley.
As stated above, this area of Dartmoor is best known for its famous bluebells in May; they cover much of the lawn here, some 50 metres above the Becka Brook valley. Because of the harsh environment, they usually spring much later in May than other places.
Holwell Lawn Rock
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Tim Jenkinson: East Dartmoor The Hidden Landscape: Rocks and Tors
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