This one can be counted as one of the lesser tors of Dartmoor and probably one of the least visited. It sits on the banks of the East Dart river, north of Dartmeet and to the west of the Walla Brook, just after popping over a stile you will find the tor in the trees and under a bit of undergrowth, keep an eye out for the pylon which marks the tor. There is a fair bit of granite around the area, but nothing too high which gives a view over the trees unfortunately. The best route here is out of Dartmeet, past Badgers Holt and following the path alongside the river, after a few rocky sections you will reach the Walla Brook, head upstream and cross at the clapper bridge before returning and crossing the stile. There are no military areas near here.
Height – 262metres OS Grid Reference – SX671747