Kent Tor, Kenter Tor
Despite being on Ordnance Survey maps throughout their publication, William Crossing, when describing the scene upstream of the Tavy from the Power Station has placed Kent's Tor in the wrong location; "Between this clam and Horndon Bridge are some fine crags. One of these we may see as we look up the stream. This is High Tor, the others being Fox Tor and Brimhill Tor."
He goes on to say; "Further up, above the bridge named (Horndon), is another range of crags, the principle pile being known as Kenter Tor." This statement is odd because Kenter, or "Kent's" as it is also known, is between Fox and Brimhill Tor, not beyond them. What is above Horndon Bridge is a crag that Hemery says is called Big Rock.
With time passing, the trees have dwarfed the crags and the only way to see them is to enter the woods. Herein lies a problem; there is no public access, Kent's Tor and its neighbours are on private land.