At the top of the hill, this short granite tor squats with its two tiny outcrops, one with a rock basin atop. There are smaller outliers to the north-east, all residing within the Roughtor Plantation.
Eric Hemery tells us of the rock basin; "The summit rock has a well-formed basin, sixteen inches in diameter, five inches in depth, and with a distinct lip; two smaller basins in a lower rock show by their angle that the rock has tilted."
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.
Rough Tor (Burrator)
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Eric Hemery: High Dartmoor
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