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Haytor, also known as Haytor Rocks, Hay Tor, or occasionally Hey Tor, is a granite tor on the eastern edge of Dartmoor in the English county of Devon. Near the village of Haytor Vale in the parish of Ilsington. There is an electoral ward with the same name.
Haytor is now considered a natural beauty spot and is arguably Dartmoor’s most famous landmark, popular with coach parties and walking groups. It is easily accessible by road and at a height of 457 metres (1,499 ft) right on the eastern side of the moor, it provides excellent views of the coastline, the Teign Estuary and the rolling countryside between, with the ridge of Haldon behind. The smaller, western outcrop is sometimes known as “Lowman”. Rock climbers make use of both outcrops; each one has routes of varying difficulty.