Little Trowlesworthy Tor

Like its Great neighbour Little Trowlesworthy Tor is a small tor that would be missed by many looking from Cadover Bridge. It sits on the slopes of Penn Moor and Lee Moor with a decent granite outcrop marking its place. All around lie remnants of ancient bronze age sites with a stone row and circle. Plus rabbit warrens from more recent times and a quarry. There is plenty of parking near Cadover Bridge allowing you to head over Trowlesworthy Warren to this tor. The views are great into the heart of the south moor around Ditsworthy Warren, Drizzlecombe and beyond. There are no military firing ranges in this area.

Height – 338metres         OS Grid Reference – SX576646            Mark out of 10 – 7


Hen Tor 7

Little Trowlesworthy Tor from its Great neighbour

Hen Tor 4

Little Trowlesworthy Tor nearest and Great behind

Hen Tor 5

Eylesbarrow is the high point on the right, with the River Plym winding its way centre left

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