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Great Links Tor, Dartmoor

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Great Links Tor, Dartmoor

Caption - Great Links Tor is a prominent tor on the north-western flank of Dartmoor, Devon, England. It is visible for a considerable distance on the approach to the moor from the west. It one of the highest points on Dartmoor, standing 1,924 feet (586 m) above sea level and is dominated by a monolithic outcropping of granite some 40 feet (12 m) high. There is an OS Triangulation point on a block to the west of the main outcrop, which is where most who visit the tor will climb to. The highest outcrop in inaccessible without a climb, the easiest route being up the eastern chimney (grade D).

Walk 2188 : Great Nodden & Great Links Tor

Photographer : Rude Health

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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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