Welcome to the Moors
Covering 368 square miles, Dartmoor is a place of beauty, mystery and diverse ecology. As well as still being home to thousands of people, it also contains ancient remains of settlements reaching back to prehistoric times. With a national park as large as Dartmoor with so much to learn and enjoy, you may prefer, as many visitors do, to walk the moors in the company of a knowledgeable guide who can explain the moorland in as much detail as you want. Our expert guides run a vast range of activities all across the moors and beyond. Join us and find out why the only way to really discover the real Dartmoor is to join the Moorland Guides on one of our walks.
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Ivybridge and Moor
Exploring the River Erme visiting, Longtimber Woods, Tristis Rock, New Waste, Hanger Down and Henlake Down.
Roadside parking Ivybridge railway viaduct SX 635 569
National Navigation Award Bronze training and assessment course
A 2 day (16 hour) non-residential course covering the NNAS Bronze syllabus and a little bit more perhaps.
You will need to bring Waterproof jacket and overtrousers, warm clothing, food and drink, stout footwear and if you own a Silva type compass (Type 4 preferred) and an O.S .Outdoor Leisure . . .
Meldon Reservoir and surrounding Areas
Mustard Seed Walks will take a lovely stroll in the Meldon Reservoir area, looking a the geology of the area and its effects on land use and conflict of land use. Actually, its not as stuffy a subject as it sounds and this area is delightful in its contrasts between open moorland and the moorland . . .