Southcott Rocks is the name that Eric Hemery introduces for the lowest outcrops on the far southern slopes of Hayne Down.
Hemery states; "At the further, south-east head of the down is another rock-field, the ruined tor at its head being sometimes referred to as 'Southcott Rocks', for the knoll on which they stand is Southcott Down. Southcott Farm lies below, its newtake enclosing a large portion of the clitter."
The largest and highest of the piles has an impressive overhang. At least two other groups are scattered across the slope above Southcott Farm.
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Eric Hemery: High Dartmoor Tim Jenkinson: East Dartmoor The Hidden Landscape: Rocks and Tors
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