Named Tors, Hills & Outcrops (for Baggers!)

 Named Tors, Hills & Outcrops

Tor Bagging is a popular hobby amongst many Dartmoor walkers. To assist this endeavour Dartefacts provides a list of named tors, hills and rocky outcrops. What actually constitutes a tor is a much argued topic - but if it's a named rock, tor hill or then it gets listed! If it doesn't have a name, but it looks like a 'tor' then I may give it a name! These items have been drawn from a variety of literature, maps and online sources. Many 'new' tors are currently being identified and named by others writers and so this list will no doubt continue to expand!

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