Walks cover a range of options:
|One of our most popular walks following part of the Dartmoor Way along the river Ashburn.
|2 - 4.5
|Enjoy spectacular views from this magical place where a hunter with his pack of hounds (Hound Tor) were turned to stone!
|Superb walks from this bustling Market town exploring the stunning beauty of this part of Dartmoor.
|A delightful walk from this picturesque village to Tottiford Reservoir.
|Very popular and scenic pub-walk to Holne on the edge of Dartmoor
|Three delightful walks near Castle Drogo,Drewsteignton ,ideal any time of the year!
|A popular tourist attraction in the heart of Dartmoor
|Many delightful walks around Dunsford & Steps Bridge including the famous Daffodil Walk
|Two easy walks through this stunning nature reserve known for its magnificent display of bluebells
|Peter Tavy & Elephants Nest
|A most enjoyable pub walk from Mary Tavy to the famous Elephant's Nest pub
|Enjoy a peaceful forest walk around a trout filled reservoir & explore a prehistoric landscape of mysterious stone circles and rows.
|During the bronze age Grimspound ,made of granite blocks ,enclosed 24 hut circles,suggesting a milder climate and an abundance of trees. Two popular walks.
|There is much more to Haytor than a steep climb to the Tor and back again! Two very popular and fairly easy walks in search of a lost village.
|Two delightful walks through this ancient oak wood and along a most enchanting stretch of the river Dart - a key attraction in Victorian Times!
|A walker's Gateway to Dartmoor.
Two delightful walks with dramatic scenery following part of the majestic River Ern
|A delightful walk to Wheal Betsy ,an old copper mine,across stunning moorland using well maintained footpaths and green lanes.
|6.8 / 3.1
|Very popular walks from a very picturesque village into a most unspoilt and dramatic part of Devon
|Mary Tavy - Brent Tor Church
|A delightful walk to Brent Tor,with its church on top of a hill
|An invigorating but most enjoyable walk from Lustleigh to Manaton & Hunter's Tor
|Meavy (War Horse Country)
|A great pub walk to Meavy and Burrator Reservoir with spectacular views of a dramatic landscape featured in the film 'War Horse'
|Moretonhamstead ,gateway to Dartmoor,is an ideal town for walkers to explore the lush edge of the moor.
|Near Ashburton, a most picturesque place for a paddle in the Dart or a picnic along a tranquil river or a long hike through a romantic & scenic landscape.
|North Bovey is one of the most idyllic villages in Devon. It is quite isolated and ,perhaps because of this,the village has retained its original charm. An excellent pub walk!
|Best pub walks to Okehampton Castle & Belstone.
|A popular and varied forest & family walk with lots to see:bronze age stone & hut circles,a clapper bridge & Bellever Tor
|Princetown offers the walker spectacular views of Dartmoor's almost volcanic landscapes.
Relive a railway journey through quarries
|Explore a magical river valley, open moorland and the mysterious Dewerstone Rock.
|A great walk to explore Bent Moor & the river Avon following public footpaths and green lanes.- stunning views at the top
|Two popular pub walks exploring North Dartmoor
|Sticklepath to Belstone
|A most scenic pub walk along the river Taw to Belstone following part of the Tarka Trail.
|Tottiford & Trenchford
|On the edge of Dartmoor,great picnic walks around a peaceful reservoir where Time Team in 2010 made some unique finds.
|Warren House Inn
|Explore Dartmoor's old tin workings & the ruins of a medieval village
|Widecombe in the Moor
|Two walks from Uncle Tom Cobley's village with extensive views exploring Tors ,gift and tea shops and perhaps a pub!