This Tor is a super spot. You must approach this cache with caution due to the very steep and dangerous drops to one side.
An excellent mini caching trip awaits you on Leigh Tor. The Tor itself is a mighty collection of cooked slate and granite boulders, that appear thrown together.
The area is used for climbing by schools, but I hope the spot I have selected is far enough away from all the activity to remain unmuggled.
I advise that you walk, (down hill direction), to the waypoint - called Right Turn and follow this path to the cache.
Rocks will be slippery when wet and the final cache location, although not on the edge, is close enough to make you pay attention to the drop. Daylight caching is recommended for this site, and children & dogs should be kept on a lead!
Please rehide well
Almost forgot to ask - Can you spy Spitchwick?