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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Ted Huges’ Memorial and East Mill Tor
Meeting above Cullever Steps, Okehampton Moor SX 600 920, small parking area near bridge. Route via East Mill Tor, OP15, Ockerton Court, Memorial Stone and Oke Tor.
High Above the river Teign
Starting from the car park at the end of road near bridge at Batworthy, near Chagford. SX 600 920 Route via Stone Tor, River Teign, Watern Tor, Manga Farm and Fernworthy.
Please book by 6pm the night before, if there is no enough walkers, the walk be cancelled.
Please carry a facemask and hand gel . . .
A Devil of a Walk
Walking from Holming Beam, nr Princetown. Parking at end of road at Long Plantation. Route via Broad Hole, Conies Down Tor, Maiden Hill, Coswsic Head, Rough Tor, Devil’s Tor, Beardown Man and Beardown Tors.
Please book before 6pm the day before. If there not enough walkers the walk maybe . . .