Here you'll find features, pictures, thoughts and links about Glastonbury Tor

Glastonbury Tor

It's no ordinary hill: people develop personal, profound relationships with it.

It has been recognised as a
holy hill for millennia.

Climbing it brings uplift
clarity and deep shifts

Reintegration
choices made

Thresholds crossed

 

Watch people trogging up the hill, and then watch them coming down – singing, chatting, brightened and changed.

Why? Here are a few clues.

Glastonbury Tor is home to Gwyn ap Nudd, King of the Fairies. In the human realm it is managed by The National Trust.

 Introducing Glastonbury Tor

 More on the Tor

 history, folklore and magic

 the view from the top

 lots of pictures of the Tor

 the plateau beneath the Tor

 map of ancient sites and leys

 the 3D labyrinth on the Tor

 the Goddess in Glastonbury

 NT Tor management plan

 NT Tor public consultation

 

 

Photos: Bill Glenn, Lesley Delamont, Kevin Redpath and Palden Jenkins

   Glastonbury Tor 

Page designed by Palden Jenkins, May 2005. Photos by Lesley Delamont, Bill Glenn and Kevin Redpath.