Aish Tor 265m [Other]
50.529093, -3.831884 [UK]
Worldwide: 1049th= [all time] 488th= [last year] N/A [last month]
Country: 1049th= [all time] 487th= [last year] N/A [last month]
Dartmoor Tor or Rock
Source: User Provided
Despite the name appearing on many versions of Ordnance Survey maps there does not appear to be a tor here. Yet Hemery states; "First and last of the eastern cleave-side tors is Aish Tor (912 feet), a small pile on Newbridge Common near Brake Corner - where the drive divides to form a loop surrounding the tor on three sides - and something of an anti-climax..." Very little clitter is visible, likely hidden beneath the gorse. There is a cairn atop and little else.
Reference: Ordnance Survey and Eric Hemery - High Dartmoor p.588
Last Bagged on 19th Sep 2018 10:54am by TravellingLines
First Bagged on 30th Aug 2015 1:09pm by daylightgambler
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