This spectacular outcrop resides in the Roughtor Plantation, near to and below the better known Rough Tor, but has more stature overall.
First found by Paul Buck and mentioned in a blog post in 2014, it was not actually named until May 2016, after logging cleared a great deal of the woods and Ron Hill spotted it on an exploration walk of the area.
As with all of the tors in this area, straying from the logging tracks should be taken with care, and you should be attentive with your footing, especially around the mines in the north-east of the plantation.
Middle Rough Tor
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