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19/09/2020
Cut Hill, Fur Tor and Moor

A chance to visit the bleak north moor via Broad Down, Flat Tor, North West Passsage, Cut Hill, Fur Tor and River Dart. This will be a tought wet under walk. About 6 hours.

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27/09/2020
A Walk through Time from Bennett’s Cross

A gentle circular walk full of historic interest; from abandoned mines, though a medieval village to the Bronze Age settlement of Grimspound. Our pace will allow time to explore these historic sites and enjoy the scenery, with some fine views. Along paths and tracks that can be uneven and steep in . . . places.
Covid-19: group size will be limited to ensure we can safely keep 2 metres apart. Please bring a face mask, gloves and hand sanitiser in case of any accident or illness while on the walk. Do not come if you have any Covid symptoms or have been in contact with anyone suspected of having Covid. The guide reserves the right to make changes to the walk or decline to take anyone in the interests of the health and welfare of the group. All Moorland Guides walks are subject to change or even cancellation due to the pandemic; the guide will update you if this is the case.

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04/10/2020
Fur Tor via Tavy Cleave

Exploring the middle of the north moor and visting Fur Tor. Route will be via the wonderful and tricky Tavy Cleave – a place unlikely anywhere on Dartmoor. Crossing a number of rivers including Rattlebrook and Amicombe Brook. After visting the Queen of the Moor, we shall come back via Watern Oak and . . . Ger Tor.

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10/10/2020
Whitehorse Hill Bronze Age Cist

Owing to demand, a repeat of this circular walk to the remote Bronze Age cist – a stone grave – recently excavated to reveal contents preserved in peat for millennia. This is a challenging walk made worthwhile by the remote peatland beauty of Whitehorse Hill, the prehistoric monuments we encounter . . . en route and hopefully some stunning views across the north moor.
Do not come if you or your household are showing any symptoms of Covid-19. Please bring a face mask, gloves and your own hand sanitiser in case of any accident or illness while on the walk. The guide reserves the right to make dynamic changes to the walk or decline to take anyone in the interests of the health and welfare of the group.