Very close to the footpath that runs to Horsham from Foxworthy Bridge is this huge fissured outcrop.
Its neat appearance is complimented by its array of mosses that make it an easy outcrop to spot from the aforementioned path, especially during winter months when the surrounding vegetation has retreated.
With other large rocks nearby this may be the summit rock of the tor on the lower north slopes of the Cleave that is described elsewhere.
Neadon Cleave Summit Tor
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Tim Jenkinson: East Dartmoor The Hidden Landscape: Rocks and Tors
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