Wild Tor

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Formerly Wills Tor, this magnificent tor stands on the declining ridge north of Hangingstone Hill. The tor is widespread with several interesting outcrops, the largest of which is the northernmost. Can you find the ‘TP’ inscribed on the east side of the tor on a solitary rock?

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