This is the first rock pile encountered when descending westward from Down Tor and there is a lovely view towards Burrator Reservoir.
By chance one day Tim Jenkinson bumped into Derek Rendell, a Dartmoor enthusiast local to the area, on Outcombe Rocks. The two then get talking and take lunch together whilst Derek explains the names of the tors ascending on the ridge from Middleworth Farm to Down Tor.
For the first time the name of Little Down Tor is used as the small pile under its much better known namesake. It later appears in Mike Brown's "Gazetteer of Dartmoor Names" with a grid ref.
Little Down Tor
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