Sufficiently detached from the higher group to warrant its own identity this is a huge outcrop set in the trees below Higher Castor.
It is a nice tor; the sloping outcrop presents itself with bizarre jointing where the granite is cracked. First noted and named by Max Piper it is best seen from the underside but be warned it is on Private Land.
Interestingly, the Tithe Map for the Parish of Bovey Tracey marks the woodland here as 'Higher Catstors' and 'Lower Catstors', situated within 'Catstors Coppice' and 'Castor' certainly derived from this name. It is also likely the names 'Higher' and 'Lower' are referring to the outcrops here. Regardless, the area is on Private Land and permission should be sought.
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