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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Haytor Dartmoor

Haytor (pictured below) on Dartmoor is one of the National Park's most visited spots.

Two and a half miles east of Widecombe, on the B3387, Haytor stands at 454m above sea level.

The granite outcrop has some fantastic views of the moor and on a clear day its's even possible to see the sea to the south.

Granite from the local quarries here was used to build the
British Museum, and the original London Bridge.

Map of Haytor

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