Aish Tor 265m [Other]

50.529093, -3.831884 [UK]

Worldwide: 881st= [all time] 238th= [last year] 12th= [last month]
Country: 881st= [all time] 237th= [last year] 12th= [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 2nd May 2021 12:02pm by PaulBuck

First Bagged on 30th Aug 2015 1:09pm by daylightgambler

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Maps to Aish Tor

2nd May 2021

2nd May 2021 PaulBuck

2nd May 2021

Beacons: 22 | Distance: 5.7 km | Height Gain: 234 m

Dart adventure

Dart adventure pctorbagger

14th Sep 2019

Beacons: 192 | Distance: 10.9 miles | Height Gain: 2,454 ft

Exploring East Dart, Dartmoor (with swim)

Exploring East Dart, Dartmoor (with swim) daylightgambler

30th Aug 2015

Beacons: 31 | Distance: 5.0 miles | Height Gain: 919 ft

Top Baggers of Aish Tor


PaulBuck [3]

Backpacker, Bibbulmun End to Ender, Midge Fodder.


daylightgambler [1]

Managing Director & Web Developer at Housing Online, creator of @SocialHiking, wild swimmer and Dartmoor tor sitter. Lives with #MS & @DrPollyPeacock


backpackartist [1]

Backpacker and Outdoors Blogger at Abstract landscape artist at Usually spotted lurking around the Lakes, Wales, Dartmoor the South East, and on the TGO Challenge.

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