Lustleigh is a haven for small tors, gigantic boulders and overhanging rocks. In that part of the village known as Mill Bottom, to the south-east of the hamlet of Wreyland and close to the course of Wray Brook, there are two separate and distinct rock outcrops.
The southern pile is more like a cliff face edging to the waterside the rocks split and filled with vegetation.
A public footpath runs through each area to allow for viewing.
Mill Bottom South
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Private (but visible from public land)
Tim Jenkinson: East Dartmoor The Hidden Landscape: Rocks and Tors & Dartmoor Discovered: Lustleigh's Tors and Rocks Dartmoor Magazine Number 120 Autumn p. 40-41
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