Drizzlecombe is another example of a Bronze age settlement of some 5000 years old, this time on the southern edges of Dartmoor beside the River Plym. Drizzlecombe has examples of stone rows, a large cairn (called Giant Basin) and the tallest standing stone or menhir on Dartmoor at 4.5 metres. Many of the stones were taken from Giant’s Basin to construct the nearby Ditsworthy Warren House. It is an easy place to get to being a short walk from Ditsworthy to the site, a walk could be extended by heading up from Drizzlecombe to Higher Hartor Tor before heading across to the tin mine remains of Eylesbarrow. This site is probably one of the most important on Dartmoor, being so full of important artefacts from the Bronze Age time.