08/07/2018 | River Plym walk Moderate walk

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Eastern Tor, Drizzlecombe, Grims Grave, Deadman’s Bottom, Great Knats Head and River Plym.

All walks are bookable. Please book by 6pm the day before. If there is not six people or more booked the walk maybe called off. I will contact you the evening before if the walk is not taking place.

Duration: 10:00 AM, 08/07/2018 – 3:00 AM, 08/07/2018
Guide: Paul Rendell
Start Location: Gutter Tor (SX579674)
Cost: Adults – £10.00 Children (U16) – no
Skill Level: Moderate

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details to the left.
Telephone: 01837 54727
Email: paul.dartmoor@virgin.net

08/07/2018 | River Plym and Deadman’s Bottom Moderate walk

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Route via Eastern Tor, Drizzlecombe, Grims Grave, Deadman’s Bottom, Calverslake Tor, Great Knats Head and River Plym.
Please book by 6pm the night before.

Duration: 10:00 AM, 08/07/2018 – 4:00 PM, 08/07/2018
Guide: Paul Rendell
Start Location: Gutter Tor (SX579 674)
Cost: Adults – £10.00 Children (U16) – no
Skill Level: Moderate

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details to the left.
Telephone: 01837 54727
Email: paul.dartmoor@virgin.net

14/07/2018 | An evening stroll to see Glow Worms. Moderate walk

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A Short evening stroll to see Glow Worms.
Please meet at Pew Tor road junction. Where the road divides to go either side of Pew Tor. Please bring a torch.

Duration: 9:00 PM, 14/07/2018 – 11:00 PM, 14/07/2018
Guide: Peter Glanville
Start Location: Pew Tor Junction (SX524729)
Cost: Adults – £5.00 Children (U16) – free
Skill Level: Moderate

Booking
Booking is not required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details to the left.
Telephone: 01822 618639
Email: peterglanville06@gmail.com

15/07/2018 | A Nature walk from Dartmeet Moderate walk

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A Nature walk of about 3 miles up the beutifull east dart valley. A visit to Yar Tor and a look at Bronze Age antiquities.

Duration: 10:00 AM, 15/07/2018 – 1:30 PM, 15/07/2018
Guide: Peter Glanville
Start Location: Dartmeet (SX672732)
Cost: Adults – £8.00 Children (U16) – free
Skill Level: Moderate

Booking
Booking is not required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details to the left.
Telephone: 01822 618639
Email: peterglanville06@gmail.com

19/07/2018 | Moors, Tors & the Mariners’ Way Moderate walk

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This 10 mile walk starts at Fernworthy reservoir in the northeast of the moor. It goes across the reservoir below the dam, up to Thornworthy Tor (great views), over to Kestor (more great views) and through the Shovel Down prehistoric site to Scorhill stone circle (considered the most picturesque on the moor). It then circles back through lovely Gidleigh Park woods and along a section of the Mariners’ Way,

Duration: 10:30 AM, 19/07/2018 – 4:30 PM, 19/07/2018
Guide: Inge Page
Start Location: Fernworthy Reservoir
Cost: Adults – £10.00 Children (U16) – Free
Skill Level: Moderate

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details to the left.
Telephone: 07914 184220
Email: info@dartmoorwalksthisway.co.uk

04/08/2018 | Beardown Man Standing Stone Walk Moderate walk

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Join this Mustard Seed Walk for a little stroll into the Northern Moors heading out from Holming Beam to Lydford Tor, Conies Down Tor, to Beardown Man Standing Stone and Devil’s Tor, then across the interesting landscape to Rough Tor. From here we’ll head to Crow Tor then to Beardown Tors before returning to Holming Beam. This will be a 6.5 to 7 mile walk over typical moorland landscape.

Duration: 10:00 AM, 04/08/2018 – 3:00 PM, 04/08/2018
Guide: Phil Watson
Start Location: Holming Beam (SX591764)
Cost: Adults – No charge, but donations welcome to Devon Air Ambulance & Christians Against Poverty Children (U16) – Free with adult, but must be able to undertake a strenuous walk.
Skill Level: Moderate

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

25/08/2018 | Tavistock Ramblers walk on western moorland Moderate walk

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Join Rosemary Clarke and John Noblet of Tavistock Ramblers on a walk which takes in Sampford Spiney (04), Ward Bridge (05), Princetown Railway (06), Walkhampton Church House (P5), Walkhampton School (Q4), Huckworthy Bridge (P4), Horrabridge Bridge (P3) and Plaster Down (O3). The walk covers a distance of ten miles, mostly over good tracks and lanes. There are a couple of stiles and one stream crossing, and the ground can get muddy in places. Parking by the leat at Plaster Down is free, but there are no facilities at the site or nearby. This is a free walk, but donations to the Devon Air Ambulance will be gratefully received.

Duration: 10:00 AM, 25/08/2018 – 1:00 PM, 25/08/2018
Guide: Tavistock Ramblers
Start Location: Plasterdown Car Park (SX517719)
Cost: Adults – Free – donations to the Devon Air Ambulance are welcome. Children (U16) – Free
Skill Level: Moderate

Booking
Booking is not required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details to the left.
Telephone: 01822.616481
Email: longjohn@tavistockramblers.org.uk

25/08/2018 | South Moorland afternoon walk Moderate walk

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Starting at Shipley Bridge (U14) we follow the Zeal Tor Tramway (T13) out onto the high moor and enjoy fantastic views of south Dartmoor. Then we drop down into the beautiful Avon valley passing medieval Huntingdon Cross (S12) and walking downstream as the river gradually widens into the reservoir (S13). The final easy stretch down the valley takes us past the ruins of Brentmoor House (T14). This walk covers a distance of 6 and a half miles. Most of the walk will be over good tracks, but with some uneven moorland and possibility of some boggy ground. Parking at Shipley Bridge is free but there are no facilities.

Duration: 1:30 PM, 25/08/2018 – 5:30 PM, 25/08/2018
Guide: Inge Page
Start Location: Shipley Bridge (SX681628)
Cost: Adults – £8.00 Children (U16) – Free
Skill Level: Moderate

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details to the left.
Telephone: 07914 184220
Email: Inga.page@dartmoorwalksthisway.co.uk

25/08/2018 | Okehampton Battle Camp Tour Moderate walk

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During the walk we will visit the Okehampton Battle Camp museum and look at artefacts of the military use of the Dartmoor during the First World War. Lt Col Tony Clark (OBE), previously Commandant of the Dartmoor Training Area, and the present Commandant , Lt Col Crispin d’Apice, will give an explanation with illustrations of how troops trained and lived before deploying to the trenches. The walk will take place in squares B7,8 & 9, C8 & 9, D8&9, E8&9. Parking is available at Okehampton Battle Camp free of charge. Drive to the main gate of the camp and you will be directed to the parking on the parade ground by the security gate staff. It is essential that you take with you some photo I.D like a Driving Licence in order to gain entry. You will not be admitted without ID. Walking will be over tracks and uneven grass, covering a distance of 8 miles. Whilst the event is free, suggested donations of £5.00 per head to the Army Benevolent Fund are welcomed. Booking is required as numbers are limited.

Duration: 10:00 AM, 25/08/2018 – 3:30 PM, 25/08/2018
Guide: Refer to walk description for details of guide
Start Location: Okehampton Battle Camp (SX586932)
Cost: Adults – Free Children (U16) – Free
Skill Level: Moderate

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details to the left.
Telephone: 07827 975751
Email: clark.zeal@outlook.com

25/08/2018 | Wild Camping workshop with the Two Blondes Moderate walk

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A wild camping workshop to include classroom tuition at the Visitor Centre in Princetown and overnight practical experience out on Dartmoor.
We will learn about equipment, choosing a wild campsite, safety, what to do in an emergency and how to stay within the Dartmoor National Park guidelines.
For safety reasons we can’t give you an exact camping location but if you need to collect Dartmoor 365 squares N6 (Swelltor Quarry), N7 (Devil’s Elbow), O6 Princetown Railway, O8 (South Hessary Tor) or O9 (Devonport Leat) you might be lucky!
Our walk will be tailored to suit participant ability level and weather conditions but, because for some participants, this will be their first experience with a full pack this will be a relatively short walk.
Parking overnight at the Princetown Visitor Centre pay and display car park where there are facilities.
This walk is for adults only. Participants need to be able to carry a full pack but we will tailor any walking to suit the ability of any participants.

Duration: 11:30 AM, 25/08/2018 – 12:30 PM, 26/08/2018
Guide: Two Blondes Walking
Start Location: Princetown (Outside Visitor Centre) (SX590734)
Cost: Adults – £90.00 Children (U16) – N/A
Skill Level: Moderate

Booking
Booking is required for this walk. For further information, contact your guide using the details to the left.
Telephone: 07794407581
Email: admin@twoblondeswalking.com