Even though it isn’t too far from Dartmoor, the tors of Bodmin Moor don’t seem to get the same amount of press that the tors in Devon receive. This for me is a bit of a mistake, whilst they may not have the height of Dartmoor, the highest point being Brown Willy at 420 metres, some of the tors are far more spectacular than those in Devon. Kilmar Tor is a particular example of a huge granite outcrop running for hundreds of metres east to west, with some huge granite boulders included in the stacks. There are 36 tors on Bodmin Moor listed below, plus some hills which have rocky outcrops (which would make 45 tops in all), just like Dartmoor the actual tor number is up for debate!!
|Southern & Eastern part of the moor:
Northern part of the moor:
Western part of the moor:
Others that could be included