After walking beside the right bank of the East Dart River, upstream, from Sandy Hole Rocks (south), you will soon notice a mound of grass and rock in front of you. These are the northern rocks and are situated above the entrance to Sandy Hole Pass.
From the top of the rocks, which in themselves are quite lowly and disappointing in comparison to their southerly neighbour, an impressive view down the Hole is captured, a special scene where the rippling waters glisten in early morning sunlight and the evidence of channeling the river by tinners can be seen from this point.
Curiously Crossing and Hemery overlook the rocks in Sandy Hole Pass and it was Terry Bound who writing later offered the name of 'Sandy Hole Rocks' to both the north and south sections respectively.
Sandy Hole Rocks (north)
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Terry Bound Alan Watson Dr. Peter Sanders
Terry Bound: LDWA Tor Bagging List
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