06/06/2020 | Hut Holes medieval village and the West Webburn valley – This walk might possibly be redated according to the National Situation with Covid-19 Moderate walk

Walk overview

Please note that an ongoing decision will be taken about whether this walk will actually go ahead as the Covid-19 situation develops. This walk might be cancelled or re-dated so keep in touch with Debbie to see how things are developing.

Part of this walk will be along the picturesque valley of the West Webburn river, the route of the Two Moors Way. We will visit the ancient hamlet of Jordon before dropping in on the ruinous Dartmoor longhouses at Hut Holes. Hopefully, we might see some March orchids in the wet areas along the river.
Part of the route could be muddy. Boots and waterproofs recommended.
Please bring a snack lunch and plenty to drink.
Bel Tor corner car park is about 2 miles from Dartmeet on the Ashburton road.

Details

Duration: 10:00 AM, 06/06/2020 – 2:30 PM, 06/06/2020
Guide: Debbie Jenkin
Start Location: Bel Tor corner (SX 694732)
Cost: Adults – £7.00 Children (U16) – £3.00
Skill Level: Moderate
Dogs permitted: Yes

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details below.
Telephone: 01647 440053
Email: jenkin957@btinternet.com

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01/08/2020 | Across North Dartmoor Via Fur Tor (linear walk) Strenuous walk

Walk overview

A chance to walk across the north moor and visit the Queen of the Moor on route. We shall meet at Fernworthy and take some cars to Lydford High Down and walk via
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, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H12.

Details

Duration: 9:30 AM, 01/08/2020 – 4:00 PM, 01/08/2020
Guide: Paul Rendell
Start Location: Fernworthy Reservoir
Cost: Adults – £10.00 Children (U16) – no
Skill Level: Strenuous
Dogs permitted: No

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details below.
Telephone: 0183754727
Email: paul.dartmoor@gmail.com

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22/08/2020 | Dartmoor Myths and Legends Easy walk

Walk overview

A gentle walk to the sites of some of the famous Dartmoor legends. See where Kitty Jay was laid to rest, feel the heartbeat in the giant granite man of Bowerman, perhaps even encounter a pixy or two … but don’t get ‘pixy-led’. One or two hills but generally easy terrain with granite outcrops.

If you are bringing a dog on this walk you are responsible to ensure you comply with the National Park byelaws by having your dog under close control at all times. The guide reserves the right to ask you to put your dog on a lead if felt necessary.

Details

Duration: 10:00 AM, 22/08/2020 – 1:00 PM, 22/08/2020
Guide: Debbie Jenkin
Start Location: Hound Tor (SX739792)
Cost: Adults – £5.00 donation to Devon Air Ambulance Children (U16) – £5.00 donation to Devon Air Ambulance. All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Skill Level: Easy
Dogs permitted: Yes

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details below.
Telephone: 01647 440053
Email: jenkin957@btinternet.com

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22/08/2020 | Military Manoeuvres – In Camp Easy walk

Walk overview

Okehampton Battle Camp. Visit includes talk by Lt Col d’Apice, on-road tour of Camp and visit to museum. Meet at Camp entrance. You must give car details when booking and take photo identification to enter military premises For those taking part in the afternoon walk, please bring a packed lunch.

Details

Duration: 10:00 AM, 22/08/2020 – 12:30 PM, 22/08/2020
Guide: Col Tony Clark
Start Location: Okehampton Battle Camp (SX586932)
Cost: Adults – £5.00 donation to Army Benevolent Funds Children (U16) – £5.00 donation to Army Benevolent Funds. All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Skill Level: Easy
Dogs permitted: No

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details below.
Telephone: 
Email: tonyclark@dartmoortrust.com

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22/08/2020 | Military Manoeuvres – on Training Area Moderate walk

Walk overview

Walking tour of Training Area over tracks and uneven, tussock grass, describing how it was and is used by the military.
Meet at Okehampton Camp entrance. You must give car details when booking and take photo identification to enter military premises.

If you are bringing a dog on this walk you are responsible to ensure you comply with the National Park byelaws by having your dog under close control at all times. The guide reserves the right to ask you to put your dog on a lead if felt necessary.

Details

Duration: 1:00 PM, 22/08/2020 – 4:30 PM, 22/08/2020
Guide: Col Tony Clark
Start Location: Okehampton Battle Camp (SX586932)
Cost: Adults – £5.00 donation to Army Benevolent Fund Children (U16) – £5.00 donation to Army Benevolent Fund. All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Skill Level: Moderate
Dogs permitted: Yes

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details below.
Telephone: 
Email: tonyclark@dartmoortrust.com

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22/08/2020 | Nature fights back, Hawns & Dendles Waste Strenuous walk

Walk overview

This walk is being guided by Tim Ferry and needs to be restricted to 10 participants. It is aimed at people with an interest in rewilding. We will pass through ancient woodland, naturally regenerating woodland and scrub, lightly-grazed private moorland and more heavily-grazed common land and discuss the issues they present. Some rough underfoot conditions and steep slopes. Parking is on private land with permission.

Details

Duration: 10:00 AM, 22/08/2020 – 2:00 PM, 22/08/2020
Guide: Refer to walk description for details of guide
Start Location: Higher Heale Farm (Cornwood) (SX614612)
Cost: Adults – £10 donation to the devon Air Ambulance Children (U16) – Free for under 16s. All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Skill Level: Strenuous
Dogs permitted: No

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details below.
Telephone: Tim Ferry 07855 073876
Email: tim@timferry.co.uk

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22/08/2020 | Whitehorse Hill Bronze Age Cist Strenuous walk

Walk overview

A circular walk to the remote Bronze Age cist – a stone grave – recently excavated to reveal contents preserved in peat for millennia. The ground is uneven and boggy in places with patches of tussocky grass and a couple of narrow streams to cross. This is a challenging walk make 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.

Route is Batworthy, Sittaford Tor, Quintin’s Man, Whitehorse Hill, Hangingstone Hill, Gartaven ford, Scorhill.

If you are bringing a dog on this walk you are responsible to ensure you comply with the National Park byelaws by having your dog under close control at all times. The guide reserves the right to ask you to put your dog on a lead if felt necessary.

Details

Duration: 9:00 AM, 22/08/2020 – 5:00 PM, 22/08/2020
Guide: Geri Skeens
Start Location: Batworthy (Nr Gidleigh/Chagford) (SX662866)
Cost: Adults – £10.00 Donation to the Devon Air Ambulance Children (U16) – Free for under 16s. All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Skill Level: Strenuous
Dogs permitted: Yes

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details below.
Telephone: 07765482333
Email: geri.dartmoor@gmail.com

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24/08/2020 | Ten Tors Ramble Strenuous walk

Walk overview

Commencing at Four Winds Car Park, we will walk an anti-clockwise circular route visiting the following 10 Tors: Hollow, Rundlestone, Little Mis, Great Mis, Lynch, White, Cox, Roos Tor, Great Staple and Mid Staple. This is a fairly tough walk and expect to cover ground that is rocky, boggy and steep in places, plus a river crossing or two thrown in for good measure!

If you are bringing a dog on this walk you are responsible to ensure you comply with the National Park byelaws by having your dog under close control at all times. The guide reserves the right to ask you to put your dog on a lead if felt necessary.

Details

Duration: 9:30 AM, 24/08/2020 – 3:00 PM, 24/08/2020
Guide: Phil Watson
Start Location: Four Winds (SX 561749)
Cost: Adults – £10 donation for the Devon Air Ambulance Children (U16) – Free for under 16s. All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Skill Level: Strenuous
Dogs permitted: Yes

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details below.
Telephone: 07766735275
Email: philynnwatson@gmail.com

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24/08/2020 | A walk through Dartmoor’s past, present and future Strenuous walk

Walk overview

A guided walk from Challacombe Farm and the ruins of a mediaeval hamlet, past the remains of a tin mine to Soussons Forest. This route uses gravel forest tracks and rough, bumpy, grassy paths. This walk is aimed at people using mobility scooters but all walkers welcome. For mobility walkers this is a strenuous route; for walkers it is easy-to-moderately challenging. (Parking in field at Challacombe Farm. Free of charge. This is off the minor road that runs between the B3212 and Widdecombe. Meet 10.30 for 11am start.)

If you are bringing a dog on this walk you are responsible to ensure you comply with the National Park byelaws by having your dog under close control at all times. The guide reserves the right to ask you to put your dog on a lead if felt necessary.

Details

Duration: 10:30 AM, 24/08/2020 – 4:00 PM, 24/08/2020
Guide: Dawn Williamson
Start Location: Challacombe Farm (SX695796)
Cost: Adults – Any donation to Devon Air Ambulance appreciated Children (U16) – Any donation to Devon Air Ambulance appreciated. All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Skill Level: Strenuous
Dogs permitted: Yes

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details below.
Telephone: 07557 330577
Email: accessiblewalks@outlook.com

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24/08/2020 | Study of Hutholes – ruined Medieval settlement Easy walk

Walk overview

Easy stroll to study the remains of the six houses that make up this early medieval hamlet built on the site of an earlier Saxon settlement.
Part of a trio of Medieval tours.
If you are bringing a dog on this walk you are responsible to ensure you comply with the National Park byelaws by having your dog under close control at all times. The guide reserves the right to ask you to put your dog on a lead if felt necessary.

Details

Duration: 2:00 PM, 24/08/2020 – 3:00 PM, 24/08/2020
Guide: Ian Johnstone
Start Location: Dockwell Crossroads (SX 703 759)
Cost: Adults – £5 to Donate to Dartmoor Children (U16) – Free for under 16s. All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Skill Level: Easy
Dogs permitted: Yes

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details below.
Telephone: 07803 600754
Email: ir.johnstone@hotmail.co.uk

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