Monday, 26th September
Dartmoor & South West Devon Guided Walks on Dartmoor

22Dartmouth Castle
Past the castle in a circular amble around Little Dartmouth.

Bonehill Down
Enjoying the rolling views which stretch right across the South Hams.

Bere Alston
The banks of the Tamar, and the magnificent railway viaduct. A surprisingly private place.

Hexworthy, a fine base for a day’s hiking if ever there was one.

Sticklepath-Belstone Circular
An outrageously beautiful and satisfying walk.

Ivybridge - Hangershell Circular
These most southerly bastions of Dartmoor are ambassadors of the great wilderness.

Sharkham Point to Man Sands
The wild and wonderful coast south of Brixham.

Warren House Inn Circular
A good location for a high altitude walk..

Bagga Tor & Lynch Tor
A secret valley tucked away close to the amazing rock-strewn Tavy Cleave.

Cotehele autumnal
Revisiting William Turner's 'Crossing the Brook', 119 years later.

12 miles. The distance from the Westcountry's ugliest place to one of its most scenic viewpoints.

Crockern Tor
Meeting Place of the Stannery Parliament.

Merrivale - Walkham Valley
The sunset can be almost unbeatable when you are up on the western flanks of Dartmoor.

Sourton Tors
A visit to the old Ice Works.

Wembury Circular
There is plenty of good walking to be enjoyed down Wembury way

Grimspound - Hookney Tor Circular
Strange jagged summits and fantastic, dream-like landscapes.

Trowlesworthy Common
Open wilderness - but less than half a dozen miles from the centre of Plymouth.

Steeperton Tor and Beyond
A long and exhilarating trudge up into the high country.

Chagford Common & Shovel Down
A little visited world of moorland and menhir.

Fernworthy Reservoir
In the company of herons. A three-and-a-half-mile walk round the lake.

River Avon Dam
White water, dark moors. An easy walk up the valley.

Hope Cove to Salcombe
A long stomp along the South Hams littoral.

Click here to use the interactive map. Good for finding a walk in a particular locality.