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Walking on Dartmoor

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  1. Newton Abbot

    The Teign is Dartmoor’s most iconic river. From a bleak moorland spring, it meanders some 50km to the South Devon coast at Teignmouth. This four-hour walk in its upper valley takes in wonderous views and the glorious vision of a certain Mr. Drewe

  2. Ashburton

    CAReFREE DARTMOOR: Explore the lovely Dartmoor National Park on foot or on a top-quality electric bike -- or both. We offer guided tours, designed to suit you, that start from a variety of locations on Dartmoor and last a full or half day.

  3. Postbridge

    The Postbridge audio walk is a 6 mile (10km) circular walk starting from the Information Centre and includes far reaching views from Hartland Tor, historial remains from Dartmoor’s industrial past and a stunning waterfall.

  4. Yelverton

    A varied, non-taxing walk that visits a 16th-century leat, a Victorian reservoir and the burial place of the three Great White Rajahs of Sarawak! Coupled with that are constantly changing views, from lofty tors around Burrator.

  5. The Two Moors Way, the Dartmoor Way and the Granite Way are examples of well known, official walking and multi-use trails in Dartmoor National Park. The Lych Way and the Abbot's Way are examples of lesser known trails that cut across the moors. The T

  6. Yelverton

    “I have never before in my long and eclectic career been gifted with such an abundance of natural beauty as I experienced filming War Horse on Dartmoor.” - Steven Speilberg

  7. Buckfast, Buckfastleigh

    An annual 24 miles long distance historical walk from Buckfast to Tavistock (Community College)

  8. Fernworthy Reservoir, Fernworthy

    Gazing across at Fernworthy Reservoir with the sun low in the sky and the gaggle of Canada Geese coasting nearby, there is no better place on Dartmoor than Potter's walk for a gentle stroll of almost a mile, or for exploring with young children.

  9. Newton Abbot

    “There is little pleasure to be gained from struggling along a contrived route across desolate and boggy hills just for the sake of wilderness.”

  10. Okehampton

    This is a spectacular walk in any season, but it's best after early winter snow. In these conditions take extra walking socks with you - snow has a habit of disguising boggy areas!

  11. Of the many options for short circular walks from Belstone on the northern edge of the moor this has to be the loveliest in spring:
    a run across the lower moorland slopes of Cosdon Hill is followed by a steep descent through Skaigh Wood.

  12. Near Chagford

    Distance: 9 miles
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Start/End point: Grey Wethers, nr Chagford

    Climb the slopes above a lovely reservoir and head out on a trail linking two 5,000-years-old stone circles.

  13. The recent and overdue induction of former poet laureate, Ted Hughes’, into Westminster Abbey’s Poet’s Corner, was my inspiration for a classic walk into northern Dartmoor’s brooding centre.

  14. Okehampton

    An Adventure Activity centre on the edge of Dartmoor offering day visitors over 15 different adventures from age 5 or more. Try out exciting new sports from kayaking, rock climbing to mountain boarding or weaselling. Hostel and Campsite onsite.

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  15. Newton Abbot

    Dartmoor walks don’t have to involve donning a huge rucksack and striding out onto the granite plateau, reliant on your navigation skills. Particularly on the eastern and southern sides – where rivers have cut deeply into softer slates and shales –...

  16. Ashburton

    From family camping to extreme sports incl canoeing, climbing & whitewater rafting. Groups welcome.

  17. Okehampton

    South West Lakes Trust offers spectacular lakes around the county for a wide variety of activities including watersports, fishing and walking.

  18. Yelverton

    Based in Dartmoor National park surrounded by beautiful English countryside, in the heart of Devon. Spirit of Adventure organises outdoor activities in the South West and Worldwide. Fourteen years building a reputation for providing exciting and safe

  19. Okehampton

    Distance: 5 miles
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Start/End point: Meldon Viaduct

    Meldon Viaduct, to the west of Okehampton, is a superb example of Victorian engineering. This walk starts at the Viaduct and includes several elements of Victorian interest

  20. Tavistock

    Let the Moorland Guides show you the hidden treasures of Dartmoor; discover the legands and uncover the history of this beautiful landscape.

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