Knowle Wood Tor (Meavy)
Alerted to the possibility of a tor in Knowle Wood by Peter Freeman, this pile was discovered. Whilst the tor is on Private Land, there are no warning signs discouraging access but observe signage if in evidence.
It consists of two modest granite outcrops with many loose boulders that are scattered on the hillside, suggesting that a once bigger rockpile once resided here above the narrow rocky path beside the River Meavy.
Phil Newman (2019), when describing the little-known ramparts on the hill in 'An archaeological survey of Knowle Wood', provides a compelling description of Knowle Wood Tor; "The summit is defined by a small and comparatively level plateau, which although edged with small outcrops and strewn with clitter, has some clear patches of ground. It is on and around this summit that the stony ramparts are located, while the plateau gradually falls away into steep slopes on all sides. To the NE of this plateau, a narrow spur descends slightly onto two very pronounced granite outcrops protruding 50m from the hilltop, and below which a precipitous drop falls away to the river below."