Non-granite tor situated on the valley side on the south side of Belstone Cleave, set in a lovely gorge. The tor is marked on OS maps.
Hemery describes the features it has to offer; "..which the river bends eastward to enter a gorge where the fine crag of Ivy Tor (approx. 800 feet) juts boldly from the south side. Similar in position to, but much smaller than the Dewerstone (Plym), it is composed of metamorphosed carboniferous rock. The lower buttresses of the tor are still richly cloaked in ivy.."
On the east side of Ivy Tor Water, there is also a small, insignificant terraced pile (not pictured) at SX 6289 9364, mentioned by Paul Rendell in Dartmoor News as 'Little Ivy Tor'.
The map above is not a navigation tool and we recommend that the grid reference shown below is used in conjunction with an Ordnance Survey map and that training in its use with a compass is advised.
SX 6285 9362
Ordnance Survey Maps Eric Hemery: High Dartmoor
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