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The stone rows near Hart Tor

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The stone rows near Hart Tor

Caption - The stone rows near Hart Tor - Some of Dartmoor's neolithic stone rows are 6 feet high and run for hundreds of yards. These are only 2 feet high and run for less than 100 yards. Walkers should be wary of assuming that stone rows necessarily lead anywhere in particular. Whatever they were - they were not footpaths!

Walk 2016 : Cross Gate to Nuns Cross via Leather Tor

Photographer : John Paterson

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Walking in the Dartmoor National Park is wholly contained within the boundaries of Devon and is dominated by some of the wildest upland moorland in the UK. Granite outcrops or tors are a feature of the landscape and add visual interest. Beautiful rolling countryside surrounds the high moors adding to the scenic contrasts enjoyed by visitors. With a long and varied history there is much evidence of former ages from Neolithic sites to more recent industrial heritage. More Information

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