Not far from the main tor is this equally impressive outlier dubbed 'Middle Tor'. It consists of three main piles, one of which forms an elegant stack rising from the wooded floor.
The other outcrops here contain great features including a xenolith.
Thanks goes to Max Piper for first noticing the rock piles here on old Ordnance Survey Maps.
Wray Cleave Middle Tor
The map above is not a navigation tool and we recommend that the grid reference shown below is used in conjunction with an Ordnance Survey map and that training in its use with a compass is advised.
SX 776 841
Private (but accessible)
Paul Buck Tim Jenkinson Max Piper
Tim Jenkinson: Dartmoor Magazine Issue 133 Winter 2018: The Rock Piles of East Dartmoor: The hidden landscape Part 2 Max Piper: Dartmoor News Issue 173 March/April 2020: Exploring the Tors in Wray Cleave Wood
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