Devil’s Gully, Heltor Rock

This name is associated with the incredibly impressive gap between the two masses of Heltor Rock, used by climbers and boulderers. It is magnificent.


  • Clapham, J. (2017): Dartmoor: A Climbers’ Club Guide

Heltor Rock Aplite Microgranite Dyke

This is where some microgranite has been intruded creating a layer of jagged teeth on the south-east face of Heltor Rock.


  • Collingwood, J. (2017): Dartmoor Tors Compendium

Westcott Rocks

Reference: This is a magnificent tor that is described on Tors of Dartmoor, but please note it resides on private land and that access to the rocks is, without landowner permission, strictly prohibited.

Lower Heltor

Reference: Tim Sandles, Legendary Dartmoor, Gazetteer.