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Also occasionally known as Little Hound Tor Stone Circle, this fine prehistoric artefact is the northernmost stone circle on Dartmoor. It sits in a shallow col between Hound (or Round) Tor and Little Hound Tor (or Little Whit Hill). It can be accessed from Cosdon Hill or from the Cosdon Triple Stone Row, although this latter route can be boggy.
One of the stones in the circle was put upright by Paul Rendell, Barry and Tanya Welch and others in c.2016.