Explore Dartmoor with Us
Explore a unique landscape; majestic tors, giant boulders, ancient clapper bridges, waterfalls, babbling brooks, peaty bogs, winding leats, stunted twisted woodlands and evergreen forests.
Watch a river rise from its beginning and meander through the moorland valleys towards the sea.
Observe wildlife in this remote and wild habitat, from kestrels and soaring buzzards, to ponies and deer.
Follow moorland tracks and pathways to symbolic historical settlements and sites of dis-used industrial workings.
Experience the contrast in weather: from clear blue skies to swirling opaque mists and the colours of the seasons: from green to gold to white
Learn about mosses, lichens and medicinal plants thriving on the heathland and valley mires.
Listen to the mysterious tales and legends associated with the moor.
Clamber up granite tors and stop-a-while to take in the breath-taking views in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
lovedartmoor - Scheduled walks, please scroll to see all dates
In the event of extreme weather conditions, unless it is otherwise stated below, please ring to check that the walk is still on.
Norsworthy Bridge (Burrator)
10.30am - 12.30 - intro to Nordic Walking
2pm - 4pm: Improvers Nordic Walk
Ring for details and to book
Four winds car park - SX560749
December 11th - Nordic Walk
10.30am - Cox Tor - ring for details and booking
Lyford High Down - ring for details and booking
Dartmoor walks scheduled dates for 2011
Sat 15th Jan (more details to follow)
Sat 22nd Jan
Sat 5th Feb
Sat 12th Feb
Sat 19th Feb
Coming soon, Spring 2011, Linear Walks East to West, North to South Dartmoor.
To join me on a scheduled walk you need to contact me and book a place. Walks will start from each location at 10.00 a.m (unless otherwise stated) and finish approximately 3 hours later.
In the event of extreme weather conditions please ring to check that the walk is still on.
All locations are taken from the OS Dartmoor Explorer Map OL28, but don’t hesitate to ring me for directions if required.
Please also contact me, in confidence, if you suffer from any relevant medical conditions, or if you have any concerns, or require advice on any aspects of the walks.
Dogs are welcome, but must be the sole responsibility of the owner, and remain under strict control to protect livestock.
Trained in Emergency First Aid, Moorland Leadership and a qualified Fitness instructor, I will be happy to share my knowledge and enthusiasm of Dartmoor with you, whilst offering a variety of walks that are enjoyable and hopefully good for you!
Finally, please ensure that you are adequately dressed and equipped for the weather and terrain, particularly in the winter months, as this contributes to the safety of the whole group.
To check out the weather on Dartmoor please see our Met office 5 day forecast.
Look forward to enjoying Dartmoor with you soon.