Dartmoor Prison Museum
Unlocking the history of one of England’s most famous prisons, Dartmoor Prison Museum reflects the heritage of HMP Dartmoor from Prisoner of War Depot to the present day.
Address: Dartmoor Prison Museum, HMP Dartmoor, Princetown, Devon PL20 6RR
Telephone: 01822 322130
Dartmoor Walking Tours
Guided Half and Full day walks for individuals & groups. Explore more and see some unique spots on Dartmoor. Bespoke half or full days to suit all fitness levels, interests and time constraints.
Telephone: 07715 103160
Dartmoor Walks this way
Dartmoor Walks this way is a personalised guided walking service, set up by Inge Page, for people wanting to explore Dartmoor on foot. Based on our extensive knowledge of local footpaths and landscapes, we will design a walk that suits your energy levels and introduces you to hidden, beautiful parts of the moor.
Telephone: 01364 654471
Lundy lies off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic ocean meets the Bristol Channel with nothing between it and America, a granite outcrop, three and a half miles long and half a mile wide. In the hubbub of the modern world it is a place apart, peaceful and unspoilt.
Moors and Tors
Walking for health and happiness on Dartmoor in all weathers and over all terrains with me, Liz Miall, an enthusiastic local guide.
I am fully qualified and experienced, insured and first aid trained. Member of the British Mountaineering Council and Mountain Training Association. I have lived on and loved Dartmoor since childhood when I would nag my long-suffering father to take me out on the moor so we could “explore up a river”. These walks are my spirit and my strength; through them I never stop exploring.
Museum of Dartmoor Life
The Museum of Dartmoor Life is a vibrant centre of community life and lifelong learning. The Museum boasts an outstanding collection telling the story of 5000 years of Dartmoor and will bring to life some of the history of Dartmoor and the surrounding Okehampton area.
North Hall Manor
The site of North Hall known as “Widecombe’s deserted Medieval Manor” lies just to the north of the village green, nestling under the gaze of Widecombe’s magnificent Church Tower. Sadly all that remains now of this once imposing site is the over grown Moat and Apple Pound surrounded by a dilapidated mix of farm buildings ranging from 1940’s milking parlour with dairy alongside livestock buildings.
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.
Spirit of Adventure
Spirit of Adventure offer a wide range of adventure and activity holidays, courses and training from our base in the heart of Dartmoor National Park in Devon.
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.