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Name:Garrow Tor
Hill number:17530
Height:330m / 1083ft
Parent (Ma):2881  Brown Willy
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Cornwall (CoU)
Catchment:Camel
Class:Tump (300-399m)
(Tu,3)
Grid ref:SX 14501 78517
Summit feature:granite tor
Drop:54m
Col:276m  SX145793  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 200
(1:25k) 109
Observations:grassy mound above the tor 35m NNW at SX 14487 78547 is probably lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Butter's Tor. Low tor slowly becoming grassed over.RichardM25/08/2018
On a six Tor circuit from west with L and Darren. Despite its engigmatic name King Arthur's Hall - a low walled scruffy enclosure to the SW has yielded little clues as to its origin and use. It could do with a makeover and a marketing manager as lack of any evidential link with a fabled King Arthur certainly hasn't been a problem for English Heritage attracting 200000 tourists to Tintagel Castle each year. Could this not be the second stop on a King Arthur pilgramige to feast in splendour in a reconstructed great hall? Or will it remain a place to sit on a damp rock in the mist and eat your sandwiches far from the nearest plastic sword kiosk?Chris Pearson21/08/2018
Rough grass, multiple tops- from Butter's and onto Hawk TorDenise 25/05/2018
Rough Tor, Brown Willy, Butters Tor, Garrow Tor,Alex Tor and Louden Hill circular walk.Arbie12/08/2017
On a six tor circuitPoolton12330/05/2017
If doing as a single ascent there is plenty of parking at Casehill to the west.After passing through the wood, turn left as far as the access path into the farm buildings. Turn right and head upwards.moorsman17/06/2016
Continuation of walk from Hawk's Tor 307m. Descended NNE to col (one barbed wire fence to scale), then track north over Shallow Water Common to ford stream from Priddacombe. Then leapt over the deep De Lank River at a narrow point and more easily north to summit. Walk continued to Butter's Tor. Solo.Man of Kernow105/04/2016
parked at roughtor carpark accessed via brown willy194326/08/2014
From WNW, parking W of Camperdown. 2 tors at summit appear equal: N grassy one higher? Via Louden Hill. Then to Butter's Tor: old clapper bridge carries footpath across the substantial headwaters of De Lank River.RHW13/04/2014
Also 2010Nick Caunt12/06/2012
Out on an 11 mile geocaching walk.CornishGazza28/08/2011
On a round of Brown Willy from parking to N.jonglew19/09/2009
From Rough Tor Forestry Car park at end of minor road at SX 13798 81906. Rough Tor - Brown Willy - Garrow Downs - Louden Hill.David Gradwell07/04/2009
isabelle22/02/2019
Lesley Atchison21/08/2018
Andy West02/07/2018
BrianMatthews31/05/2016
PeteF30/10/2014
davidpettit8411/10/2011
stevent080925/06/2011
Edwin Gradwell07/04/2009
George Gradwell07/04/2009
ajwxyzt27/03/2005
andrew.allum01/01/2000
IainT03/12/1997