Combestone Tor

Climbs 21 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 356m a.s.l – Faces NE

Crag features
The four Tor Topo's ©Kafoozalem in the Photo Gallery below are much more useful than any attempt at deciphering the South Devon and Dartmoor guide 1995.

Variety of bouldering to be found [Kathryn Bromfield]

Sharp granite aged and lichenous in places but plenty of clean rock.

rounded breaks, slopey aretes, mantle top outs. Safe landings bar one.

Feels exposed if windy. "A Good Warm Down" (SD&D, '95) [TCField]

Access notes
Next to car park beside the road. 15 strides to the action
Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.

Guidebooks
South Devon and Dartmoor (1995)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
 CAR PARK BOULDER  
2Problem 1V0- 4b 23
3Flake CrackV0 4c 39
4CircumnavigationV0 5b 6
5Low level traverseV3 6a 13
6Wide CrackVB 2a 22
7WallV0 5b 18
8RH side of OHV2 5c 3
9LH side of OHV0- 5a 21
10AreteV0- 4c 31
11WallVB 4a 31
 BACK BOULDER  
13Wall 3VB 3c 27
14Arete 2V0 4c 8
15All Along The WatchtowerV3 6a **1
 MIDDLE BOULDER  
17Runnel in slabby wallVB 3a 29
18Slabby wallVB 3b 27
19Rounded areteVB 4b 25
20Rippled WallV0 5b 15
21GrooveVB 4a 27
22RibVB 3a 23
235a WallV0 5a 3
24Wall and breaksV1 5b 3
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