Arch Tor 394m [Other]
50.587179, -3.93151 [UK]
Worldwide: 997th= [all time] 197th= [last year] N/A [last month]
Country: 997th= [all time] 196th= [last year] N/A [last month]
Dartmoor Tor or Rock
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William Crossing dismissively refers to Arch as both "merely a small lump of rock" and a "small mass". Terry Bound is pretty scathing, saying;"..hardly worth the name 'tor'".
I disagree. it's views are pleasant and the granite is interesting enough, with a couple of rock basins and perched atop the largest outcrop is a logan stone with the initials "P.C" carved on its west face . Who these initials refer to is unclear.
William Crossing's Guide to Dartmoor. P.187
Terry Bound - The A To Z of Dartmoor Tors. P.5
Last Bagged on 29th Aug 2020 4:54pm by backpackartist
First Bagged on 6th Dec 2015 10:48am by daylightgambler
Maps to Arch Tor
28th Aug 2020 - 1st Sep 2020
A round of tors with "White" in their name: White Ridge, Lower White, Little Whiten, Higher White, Little White, White. Not including composites (e.g. Whitehill) and only visiting those publically accessible. A few new tors and a few favourites thrown in for good measure.
Beacons: 154 | Distance: 69.3 km | Height Gain: 1,550 m
Top Baggers of Arch Tor
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Backpacker and Outdoors Blogger at http://backpackartist.com. Abstract landscape artist at http://matthewkingarts.com. Usually spotted lurking around the Lakes, Wales, Dartmoor the South East, and on the TGO Challenge.