AboutThe Belstone range of tors and Taw Marsh offer some of the most stunning scenery on Dartmoor. Walking a circular route from the beautiful village of Belstone, we'll walk up along majestic granite tors; pause a moment at a Bronze Age cairn with legend of dancing maidens; wonder about the real story behind the Irishmen's wall; and hear how the River Taw inspired 'Tarka the Otter' as we wander along its pretty bank.
Meeting Time/Location: 9.45am for 10am start at the car park opposite the Village Hall at Belstone (north east of village centre). Nearest postcode is EX20 1RB but please don't rely on this to get you to the exact place. Grid Reference is SX 621 938. Carsharing is recommended. Bus service 670 and 986.
Lunch: 1pm at The Tors Inn in Belstone http://thetorsinn.co.uk/
Level: Moderate - You need to be happy spending 3 hours covering approximately 4 miles in hilly moorland terrain.
What to bring/wear: Sturdy hiking boots, clothing layers to work with warm weather or chilly winds including waterproof jacket and trousers (whatever the forecast), sunscreen, drinking water, walking poles if you use them.
Photos: We like to take photographs to share with you after the walk and to use in promotional materials such as websites, Facebook, Instagram, etc.
CANCELLATION POLICY: The event will go ahead come rain or shine. Sorry no refunds unless event is postponed or cancelled.
RISK: No liability accepted for accidents or incidents.
About Dartmoor's Daughter
Dartmoor's Daughter creates walks and nature-connection experiences to transform health, wellbeing, and performance. As a professional guide and facilitator, Emma Cunis is a qualified Hill & Moorland Leader (HML) with the requisite Outdoor First Aid certificate, and has a background in global business. Her maternal family has loved Dartmoor for generations. Her grandmother introduced her first husband Eric Hemery to Dartmoor in the 1950s where he set up and offered guided walks and pony treks then wrote a series of well regarded books including 'High Dartmoor' described as 'the bible for anyone who has the spirit of Dartmoor'.
Prices are £15.00 for one ticket and £20 for two tickets
(Lunch not included.)