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35 12/10/2024 Boringdon Hall Hotel Laura Cameron Operations Director
36 04/06/2024 Cox Tor Car Park Kirsten Bakker Product Manager SRC Travel Holland T: +31 (0)50 – 3663 205 M: +31 (0)6 –28832702 E: k.bakker@srctravel.nl | W: src-reizen.nl
37 09/07/2024 Cox Tor Car Park Kirsten Bakker Product Manager SRC Travel Holland T: +31 (0)50 – 3663 205 M: +31 (0)6 –28832702 E: k.bakker@srctravel.nl | W: src-reizen.nl
38 10/09/2024 Cox Tor Car Park Kirsten Bakker Product Manager SRC Travel Holland T: +31 (0)50 – 3663 205 M: +31 (0)6 –28832702 E: k.bakker@srctravel.nl | W: src-reizen.nl
40 19/06/2024 Belstone car Park Audrey VOIVENEL Booking Department VEFE Voyages Éducatifs / EVATOURS 0033/2 31 15 22 37 gb@vefe-voyages.com Reference : GB0069/24
43 29/05/2024 Belstone car Park Lénaïg Le Dréau English teacher in a Brittany School
44 18/06/2024 Tavistock AUSTRALIANS STUDYING ABROAD Romain Nugou Senior Tour Coordinator www.asatours.com.au/people/tour-leader-romain-nugou/
45 05/06/2024 Haytor Information Centre coach park Sophie BOUVAIS Voyages Educatifs Grande-Bretagne/Irlande Tél. 03 20 63 11 90 sbouvais@vivalangues.fr
48 07/06/2024 Princetown DNPA Visitor centre coach park CORINNE TERRE DES LANGUES corinne@terredeslangues.com 4 Place de la Victoire 37000 TOURS 02 47 39 13 00
52 20/06/2024 Princetown Marine Lerosier Responsable achats Grande-Bretagne Envol Espace
59 26/06/2024 Haytor Information Centre coach park EVATOURS – ANGELIQUE JEANNE 0033231152237 gb@evatours.fr REFGB0709
60 13/06/2024 Princetown ZS Breznice

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25/05/2024 | Lich Way Walk (linear walk) Lydford Village car park

Meeting Point: Lydford car park. (fee payable) Take cars Postbridge.
Route: Following Lich Way – Power Mills, Longaford Tor, River Dart, River Walkham, Bag Tor, Coffin Wood, Willsworthy and Lydford.


25/05/2024 | Spring Family Walk Hound Tor

Join us this half term for a fantastic family Spring walk on Dartmoor! This family friendly walk will start at Hound Tor at 10am and will head down to the medieval village, via Great Tor (great for a bit of scrambling fun for kids) across Holwell Lawn through bluebell scented air before looping back to the car park. The bluebells on Dartmoor come out at different times each year so we hope to see them but if they’re been and gone, there will still be a treasure trove of flora and fauna to spot.

It will last 3 hours and is suitable for all ages. Dartmoor themed spring activity sheets will be available at no extra cost for children who would like them. It will cost £20 for a family (2 adults + 2 children) or £12.50 for one adult. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome.


28/05/2024 | Tuesday Morning walks – Hound Tor -Bluebells Hound Tor

An 2 hour walk looking the history and the nature of the area., looking at wild flowers including bluebells.
Please book the day before. Dog welcome.


29/05/2024 | Wednesday Walks Haytor (Lower)

Moorland Guides are delighted to once again, be running walks every Wednesday to members of the public. We’ll meet at Haytor Visitor Centre every Wednesday at 10am for a 3 hour walk in the surrounding area. Depending on the guide and group size, we might visit Haytor Quarry, the old tramway, Smallacombe Rocks, Haytor, Becka Brook and maybe even Hound Tor.

Each week will have a different route and perspective, as each of our guides has a different area of expertise and experience of the moors.

This week, our walk will be run by Keith Lambeth. Keith has in the region of 35 years of backpacking and mountaineering experience with over 25 years active service in Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team Ashburton. Keith moved to Dartmoor in 1992 and now leads and guides small groups and individuals on a variety of public and bespoke hikes and walks. Keith is a passionate explorer of the links between history, legend and landscape of the British Isles and Dartmoor in Particular.

Payment can be paid via bank transfer or by clicking this stripe link: https://buy.stripe.com/28oaIddgKd54eiYfYY. Please note these walks require a minimum of 5 walkers and we reserve the right to cancel the walk if we haven’t met the required numbers by midday on the day before. In this event, we will offer to transfer your booking to another week or refund you.


01/06/2024 | Mustard Seed Walks – Bennet’s Cross to Natsworthy Gate Circular Walk – NOTE DATE CHANGE Bennets Cross

START: Bennet’s Cross car park (GR SX681817)
PARKING: Free car park at Bennett’s Cross on B3212 just NE of the Warren House Inn. NB, there is another car park 250m NE if this car park is full.
OVERVIEW: From the car park we will walk along the Two Moors way over Birch Tor, then after crossing a road ascending to Hockney Tor. The route continues east to King Tor and beyond to a minor road which will take us down a hill into the hamlet of Heathercombe. We will pick up another branch of the Two Moors Way heading south until we arrive at Natsworthy Gate. We will then begin the return journey westward, walking up to a war memorial where an aircraft crashed during WW2, and then on to Hameldown Tor. We will descent to Grimspound Bronze Age settlement before continuing westward past Headland Warren Farm and into mining country with plenty to see. An ascent will take us back to the car park.
INFORMATION REMINDER:-
Gear to take – Waterproof jacket and trousers, spare warm top, hat and gloves, lunch and drink, sensible footwear – boots best, rucksack to carry it all in.
Dogs – Dogs are allowed, but on a short lead please.

Photos etc – I will now be posting photos etc on this blog (rather than Facebook):
http://phils-notes.blogspot.com/?m=1


05/06/2024 | Wednesday Walks Haytor (Lower)

Moorland Guides are delighted to once again, be running walks every Wednesday to members of the public. We’ll meet at Haytor Visitor Centre every Wednesday at 10am for a 3 hour walk in the surrounding area. Depending on the guide and group size, we might visit Haytor Quarry, the old tramway, Smallacombe Rocks, Haytor, Becka Brook and maybe even Hound Tor.

Each week will have a different route and perspective, as each of our guides has a different area of expertise and experience of the moors.

This week, our walk will be run by Emma Cunis. Emma is a qualified Hill & Moorland Leader (HML) and has hiked in Nepal, China, America, as well as much of the UK. She is a nature connection facilitator and her family history is enmeshed in Dartmoor for generations. On her walks, she aims to offer an immersive experience that invites you into a deeper (re)connection with our bodies, communities, and with the land itself so that we can be happier, healthier, and inspired to care for our natural world.

Payment can be paid via bank transfer or by clicking this stripe link: https://buy.stripe.com/28oaIddgKd54eiYfYY. Please note these walks require a minimum of 5 walkers and we reserve the right to cancel the walk if we haven’t met the required numbers by midday on the day before. In this event, we will offer to transfer your booking to another week or refund you.


12/06/2024 | Wednesday Walks Haytor (Lower)

Moorland Guides are delighted to once again, be running walks every Wednesday to members of the public. We’ll meet at Haytor Visitor Centre every Wednesday at 10am for a 3 hour walk in the surrounding area. Depending on the guide and group size, we might visit Haytor Quarry, the old tramway, Smallacombe Rocks, Haytor, Becka Brook and maybe even Hound Tor.

Each week will have a different route and perspective, as each of our guides has a different area of expertise and experience of the moors.

This week, our walk will be run by Ian Johnstone. Ian started the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme at school, gaining his gold Award in 1969. It was this that started his fondness for Dartmoor as his expeditions were done here. After completing gold Ian went on to become an assessor for the D of E expeditions in 1971. He started teaching in a primary school near Heathrow and moved to Devon to be near Dartmoor in 1976. It wasn’t long before he joined the Rescue Group and the DNP guides – in 1978. He is now semi-retired, enjoying some supply teaching, running his own living history business for schools and guiding. His particular interests are archaeology of all types and legends, but his walks always include flora, fauna and geology- anything to do with the moor.

Payment can be paid via bank transfer or by clicking this stripe link: https://buy.stripe.com/28oaIddgKd54eiYfYY. Please note these walks require a minimum of 5 walkers and we reserve the right to cancel the walk if we haven’t met the required numbers by midday on the day before. In this event, we will offer to transfer your booking to another week or refund you.


14/06/2024 | Nightjar Dusk Walk Postbridge (Outside visitor Centre)

14 June 2024: Nightjar Dusk Walk
Start time: 8:00 PM
Meeting point: Postbridge Visitor Centre car park
Duration: 3-4 miles | 2 hours
Route:
Join Paul Rendell on an evening walk with a chance to hear the nightjars and maybe see them. Meeting at Postbridge Visitor Centre for a 2 hour walk. Cost is £7.50 per person, please and pay in advance.


23/06/2024 | Dartmoor Moon Walk Haytor (Higher)

This walk will give you chance to walk in the dark on Dartmoor. We hopefully will be walking in the moonlight, so bring a torch. We will learn about some of the many legends and we should see the sun set and moon rise if we get a clear evening. Bring a drink and a snack and wear warm clothes. Dogs are not permitted on this walk.
Cost is £7.50 per person, under 16 £5 per person and you must book and pay in advance, limited spaces. This walks will book up fast so be quick. You can pay by Paypal, Cheque or Bacs.


26/06/2024 | Wednesday Walks Haytor (Lower)

Moorland Guides are delighted to once again, be running walks every Wednesday to members of the public. We’ll meet at Haytor Visitor Centre every Wednesday at 10am for a 3 hour walk in the surrounding area. Depending on the guide and group size, we might visit Haytor Quarry, the old tramway, Smallacombe Rocks, Haytor, Becka Brook and maybe even Hound Tor.

Each week will have a different route and perspective, as each of our guides has a different area of expertise and experience of the moors.

This week, our walk will be run by Keith Lambeth. Keith has in the region of 35 years of backpacking and mountaineering experience with over 25 years active service in Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team Ashburton. Keith moved to Dartmoor in 1992 and now leads and guides small groups and individuals on a variety of public and bespoke hikes and walks. Keith is a passionate explorer of the links between history, legend and landscape of the British Isles and Dartmoor in Particular.

Payment can be paid via bank transfer or by clicking this stripe link: https://buy.stripe.com/28oaIddgKd54eiYfYY. Please note these walks require a minimum of 5 walkers and we reserve the right to cancel the walk if we haven’t met the required numbers by midday on the day before. In this event, we will offer to transfer your booking to another week or refund you.


20/07/2024 | Across North Dartmoor via Fur Tor (Linear walk) Fernworthy Reservoir

Meeting Point: Fernworthy Reservoir, parking area at far end of reservoir. Taking some cars to Lydford High Down to start the walk.
Duration: 12 miles 6- 7 hours
Route: Lydford High Down, Hare Tor, Rattlebrook, Watern Oke, Fur Tor, Cut Hill, East Dart River, River Teign and Fernworthy. For Dartmoor 365 fans, we shall be visiting squares, G4, G5,


23/07/2024 | Tuesday Morning Walks – Two Bridges Two Bridges

An 2 hour walk looking the history and the nature of the area.
Visiting Longaford Tor, Crocken Tor and Wistman’s Wood.
Please book the day before. Well behave dogs allowed


07/09/2024 | Dartmoor Sett Makers Bankers inductrial stroll Rees Jefferys Car Park Merrivale

Join Simon Dell at Reese Jeffery’s Car Park on the south slopes of Staple Tors for a walk looking at these curious little benches where the street cobbles of Tavistock and Plymouth were made in the 1870s. Simon and John Bright wrote a book about these Dartmoor curiosities some years ago and they will be available for a donation on the day.


08/09/2024 | Dunnabridge and the historical landscape Dunnabridge

Join Richard for a walk through history and the landscape starting at Dunnabridge. We will visit and hear the history of Dunnabridge Pound, The Judges Chair,Stone Rows and Standing Stones,Laughter Tor, Bellever Tor, and Brimpts North Tin Mine.


08/09/2024 | The Tavistock Canal – industrial history and a poetry trail. An accessible walk Tavistock (Outside Bedford Hotel)

A walk along the tow path of the Tavistock Canal from Tavistock towards the tunnel. This walk is suitable for people using electric wheelchairs and mobility scooters and is a Level 1 walk, flat on a gravel track. After rain it can become muddy – Level 2. Able bodied walkers are also welcome.
We will look at the industrial history of the canal and also the recent poetry trail along the route. This is wooded route with woodland flowers and birds. It also has views across to Dartmoor through the trees.
Parking is at Bedford Road carpark which has accessible toilets.


09/09/2024 | Fingle Bridge and Whiddon Deer Park – an accessible walk Fingle Bridge

This accessible walk starts and finishes at Fingle Bridge Inn. It follows the River Teign upstream looking at industry as well as trees, lichens and mosses and the historical Deer Park. It is a Level 3 walk for those using mobility scooters, although it is mostly flat is has one hill and the gravel path is rough in places. Able bodied walkers also welcome.


09/09/2024 | 4000 years of human habitation Hound Tor and Hay Tor Hound Tor

Join Ian for a walk at Hound Tor car park looking at a wide landscape to Hay Tor Quarries and the human habitation and industries over thousands of years. Myths and Legends included!


09/09/2024 | Belstone Bimble: a stone circle and wild swims Belstone

A varied walk up the military track from Belstone to the Taw Ford for a dip then up over Belstone Tor at the higher tor end and a dip at Cullever steps. Then along a grassy track to the Nine Maidens stone circle and on to Belstone where there is an opportunity for refreshment ! The River valleys can be damp and the paths can be uneven, the Moorland section is largely on tracks but ground is uneven and can be boggy. Outwards track from Belstone is paved with gravel and stones. A steepish ascent to the summit of Belstone tor, approximately 300m of height gained and lost en route.
Dogs on leads welcome. Toilets and other facilities available at service station just off A30 where you turn for Belstone.


10/09/2024 | Rowtor and Black Down – open moorland and the military. An accessible walk Row Tor Car Parking

This walk explores part of the high moor with wonderful views north to Exmoor and the north coast. It is suitable for people using mobility scooters and is a Level 3 walk as has some grassy sections, hills and parts of the gravel track can be bumpy. Able bodied walkers are also welcome. It is exposed in places so participants are urged to bring clothing for all weathers.


10/09/2024 | Prehistoric Monuments and Landscape of Merrivale Four Winds

Join Peter Knight and Sue Wallace for a morning of mindful walking to explore Merrivale’s megalithic monuments and local landscape. Gentle walking. Includes some dowsing, Earth-healing and gentle shamanic drumming.


10/09/2024 | Bowerman’s Nose and Hound Tor medieval village Manaton Church

Join Debbie for a circular walk through fields, along quiet lanes and over open moorland.
Footpaths, rocky tors and lanes.


10/09/2024 | Night Walk Cox Tor

Join Mike Jeffery as the sun sets for a night walk in the Cox Tor area


11/09/2024 | High Time on the South Moors Shipley Bridge

Starting from Shipley Bridge Car Park (toilets available), we will visit the Hunters stone before walking onto the moors to Black Tor. Contouring the land with beautiful views into the Avon Valley we will visit Rider’s Rings, a Bronze Age settlement. After descending Zeal Gully to the base of the Avon Dam we will cross the river and climb up to walk alongside Avon Reservoir, before picking up a small portion of the Abbot’s Way which will take us to a good path leading up tp Pupers Hill. We will continue on to Ryder’s Hill, visible in the distance, passing Snowdon on the way. From here we will walk south to Huntington Warren, descending to a Clapper Bridge over the Avon River. A short but stiff climb will take us up to Petre’s Cross on Western White Barrow. Next we will visit Eastern White Barrow, a prominent Barrow visible for much of our walk. Picking up an old tramway we will then traverse Brent Moor before descending through some clay settling pits back to the car park.


12/09/2024 | The Wray Trail from Bovey Tracey – an accessible walk Bovey Tracey Station Road Car Park

This walk follows the Wray Trail from Bovey Tracey through Parke. It is an out and back walk through a park and then along an old railway line. It is a Level 1 walk for those using electric wheelchairs or mobility scooters. We will cover about 4 miles but it can be extended into Parke for those with suitable scoters. We will discuss the history of the railway line, Parke National Trust land and the management of the area. Bring a drink and a snack as we will stop along the way.
There is an accessible toilet at the carpark.


13/09/2024 | Walking the north ridge above Burrator Reservoir – an accessible walk Burrator Dam Quarry Car Park

This route leads up from the Quarry car park to Yennadon Down with great views to the west before heading through woodland, leats and barns to Norsworthy Bridge. The route back to the car park will be along the road beside the reservoir via the arboretum. This is a Level 3 walk for people using mobility scooters as there are some steep hills and rough ground. Able bodied walkers are also welcome.


14/09/2024 | Pew Tor and Cox Tor – an accessible walk Pork Hill

This walk heads south of the carpark to Pew Tor in the morning and north to Cox Tor in the afternoon providing tremendous views across the moor and to Plymouth Sound. It is suitable for people using mobility scooters and is catagorised as a Level 3 walk with grassy paths which can be rough and muddy in places and some hills. Able bodied walkers are also welcome.