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Walking on Dartmoor

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  1. Starting and finishing at the historic Warren House Inn with its famous open fire that is said to have been burning since 1845, this route can either be walked or cycled and has a number of variations that make it more or less challenging to suit...

  2. Add Chagford Challenge to your Itinerary

    Chagford

    The well-established and popular Chagford Challenge, organized by the Cornwall & Devon Long Distance Walking Association (LDWA), is primarily a walking event although entries are accepted from runners. There are thirty, twenty-one and seventeen...

  3. Add Avon Dam and Zeal Tor Tramway  to your Itinerary

    South Brent

    This is a moderate walk of 5.5 miles takes in an ancient trackway and two crosses, or is a 3-mile easy stroll up and back to Avon Dam near South Brent.

  4. The Two Moors Way Coast to Coast – 117 miles (187km) - The Templer Way – 18 miles (29km) - Two Castles Trail – 24 miles (38.6km) - West Devon Way – 36 miles (58km) - Drake's Trail

  5. Add Paul Rendell to your Itinerary

    Okehampton

    He can do themed walks, including wildflowers, tor bagging, letterboxing, painted rocks, film locations including War Horse.
    If you would like a guided walk and an illustrated talk please contact Paul or see his website for a list public walks.

  6. Add Bellever Forest to your Itinerary

    YELVERTON

    Bellever Forest near Postbridge is a beautiful place for a walk. Whether it’s a gentle stroll by the East Dart River or an exhilarating walk up to Bellever Tor it’s a beautiful and tranquil setting and a great place to visit with the whole family.

  7. Add Plym's Old Lines - Walk to your Itinerary

    Plymouth

    This walk includes the industrial remains of the Tavistock Railway and its viaducts, a tramway that used granite sleepers, and a quarry complete with engine house.

  8. Add Templer Way to your Itinerary

    Haytor, Dartmoor

    18 miles between Haytor on Dartmoor and Teignmouth on the south coast; the Way traces the route by which granite was exported from Dartmoor via the unique Haytor Granite Tramway and the Stover Canal and is comprehensively waymarked except on the open

  9. Add An Autumn Stomp to your Itinerary

    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.

  10. Add An Autumn Stomp to your Itinerary

    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!

  11. Add Pew Tor and Windy Post Cross to your Itinerary

    Tavistock

    This is easy walk of 3 miles over moorland takes in two tors, an ancient cross and involves a little stream jumping.

  12. Add Tavy Cleave and Hare Tor Walk to your Itinerary

    Tavy Cleave, Tavistock

    This is a moderate walk of 4.5 miles through the heart of a rugged cleave can be extended to a difficult walk of 9 miles.

  13. Add Teign & Turrets Walk to your Itinerary

    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

  14. Add Okehampton Countryside Walks - East to your Itinerary

    Okehampton

    The beautiful countryside around Okehampton is rich with wildlife, steeped in history and waiting to be explored.....just take a walk.

  15. Add Avon Calling! to your Itinerary

    South Brent

    Although only a few miles from the A38, this surfaced walk from Shipley Bridge to the dramatic Avon Dam Reservoir takes you out into open moorland and gives you a real taste of the south moor.

  16. If you would like to wander in the woodland, meander in the meadow, spot dragonflies, count the different birds you can hear and listen to the rippling Narrator Brook, then put an hour aside for a wildlife encounter in the Burrator Arboretum.

  17. 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.

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