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74 (3%) of Registered Dartefacters have visited this item. They are: H.Smyly, Dave Hamnett, munchers smartie, paul glanville, Baron Baskerville, Wraggy, rachfarley, Moreoutdoor, Cbdarke, Neil Armstrong, DartmoorFromAnAutisticPerspective, Hadrian, amanda, CocosCrew, Kbworth, laurence.day, mkcladi, Dartmoor Paul, Torbagga, Paulmilsom, Fidget, TiggerOnTor, dartefact, noisemonkey, black dog, JennyNatureWriter, ChrisHaigh1206, Richard Blight, Ecky, Laviefish, Sarah Buck, RVC, Doc985, Lotti, Joy Topping, Justerri1, weelassie, Leo, jeremy4444, Martin Brown, Simon40, Chris Taylor, Evie and Me, Salty Stan, Peter Brooks, johnhooper, Tinroofrusty, tiamaria, Max Piper, The_greenman, Karin B, goldfishrock, Saltash Stamper, Drinneevar, Fr66, SteveGrigg, bobfitzy62, haavl, captinblood, LaurenceVinnels, Neil Handley, Mad1, Ollismark, Sheron, Beth Robotham, Amanda Ellis, BevDickinson, Isaac Ogden, Clanger, GlavindStrachan, delpez, Abster, Pat, some blokeThis Dartefact is visited by the following walks:
- Circular from High Down (6.2 miles) Medium, 10 km, 322 m ascent
Description: This magnificent tor is a giant of the North-West Moor, towering above neighbouring summits. It is an inspiring place to visit if a little windy most of the time! There is supposed to be a benchmark somewhere on the summit rocks.
Notes: Also known as ‘Great Lynx Tor’. I decided not to climb to the top on this visit (wearing wellies!)
Reference: OS Maps