A little further into the wood and another small tor emerges or at least its lowest part, consisting of a fair-sized outcrop with a scattering of large boulders above and below a deer track.
The main part of this tor seems to reside much higher on the hill but is now completely enshrouded in trees and is set on Private Land beyond a wall.
Lustleigh Cleave Waye Farm
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SX 774 810
Public (part private)
Tim Jenkinson: East Dartmoor The Hidden Landscape: Rocks and Tors
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