Campsites on Dartmoor
Dartmoor has plenty to offer and is best known for its stunning National Park which is a walker’s paradise where you can spot the wild Dartmoor ponies. You may wish to visit the Haytor Rocks, or explore the magical Wistman’s Wood, the Two Moors Way is great for those who like a challenge, or try climbing up one of Dartmoor’s famous tors such as Crocken or Brent Tors.
First published in 1985, Dartmoor Magazine is owned and produced by Blackingstone Publishing, located just outside Moretonhampstead in the Wray Valley on the eastern edge of the moor.
Published four times a year, Dartmoor Magazine prides itself on being specialist, independent and locally owned. Its small editorial and production team is committed to publishing solid, well-informed features on Dartmoor and the immediate surrounding area, and to supporting local business.
Dartmoor National Park Authority
Wild, open moorlands and deep river valleys, with a rich history and rare wildlife, Dartmoor is a unique place. Everything you need to know before you come to Dartmoor. From Visitor Centres to parking and toilets – all the essentials in one place.
Independent Hostel Guide
Independent Hostels offer ideal accommodation for groups, families and individuals involved in outdoor activities and independent travel. They have private rooms, flexible lengths of stay and self catering kitchens designed for groups.
Telephone: 01629 580427
Peak and Moor
Peak and Moor is an unofficial website offering an alternative to the official tourist and national park websites. The aim is to provide a wide range of information for those who enjoy the countryside for leisure and pleasure, it is intended to be as much for the serious outdoors enthusiast as for families looking for a day out.
Run Venture Running Hub
The Tamar Valley, the Devon coastline and the nearby 365 square miles of Dartmoor National Park offer some of the best trail and off-road running in the country. Having lived and worked in the area for twenty years we have got to know the trails pretty well and are happy to show them to you, whatever your level of fitness or standard. We know some great places to run and have a few tried-and-tested routes which we know you will love. We can provide a bespoke guided run, whether it is over the highest point on Dartmoor, High Willays or the dramatic coastal cliffs around Hope Cove.
Tripp Buzz – The Ultimate Guide to Geocaching
Geocaching is a real-life treasure hunting game. The players include millions of people from all over the world. The playing field spans the globe from mountaintops to ocean islands. You can find a cache right in your own neighborhood or plan a trek to hunt down a challenging cache in a faraway location.
Walking in Devon
Walking has always been a popular activity in Devon, which isn’t a surprise given the region’s stunning landscapes, golden sands and crystal clear waters. Whether you’re a keen hiker or just a fan of taking a stroll, there’s no better place to walk than in Devon.
Wheeled Access Group (WAG)
The Wheel Chair Access group find routes on Dartmoor that disabled people using powered wheelchairs and mobility scooters can access. They work with land managers to make simple changes on routes to improve access and lead walks on Dartmoor during the Dartmoor Walking Festival and through the year.