East Dart River
|- location||Kit Rock, Whinney's Down|
|- elevation||510 m (1,673 ft)|
|- elevation||210 m (689 ft)|
|Length||16.3 km (10 mi)|
Its source is to the west of Whitehorse Hill and slightly south of Cranmere Pool on Dartmoor. It flows south and then south-west for around 9 km to reach the village of Postbridge where it is spanned by a well-known clapper bridge.
Just above Postbridge the river drops around 2 metres in a short distance and the point is referred to as "Waterfall".
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