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Dartmoor walks this way | Walks

Dartmoor Walks This Way can offer a full day or half day of walking on the moor that will start at a convenient location and take you to lovely hidden corners, interesting historic sites and varied landscapes in the company of an experienced guide with good knowledge of local history and geography.  The route will be planned to suit what you want to do and see.  Phone 07914-184220 or email to book a guided walk or discuss the best route for you.

Sunday Walks for Locals

"I live locally and would like to join a group to get to know Dartmoor better. Do you offer any regular guided walks?"

Name: South Brent Circular

Distance: 6.5 miles

Difficulty: Moderate - start of the walk has a steady climb, after that good paths downhill

Features: River Avon, fantastic views, plentiful prehistoric remains, bluebell woods

Summary

Sunday, 2nd May & Monday, 3rd May  Aish Ridge, Glazebrook Valley & Overbrent Wood

Please note that becaue of high demand, I am offering the same walk on both days

Starting in South Brent, we walk alongside the Avon to lovely Lydia Bridge, then follow a track onto Aish Ridge where the moorland views begin.  At Corringdon Ball Gate we branch over to the Glazebrook valley to look at the prehistoric stone rows, then drop down an ancient lane to Shipley Bridge.  We then walk southwards above the Avon through woodland and meadows - hopefully the bluebells will be out.

Cost of walk: £10

Email [email protected] in advance if you wish to come.  Numbers are limited and therefore I need to know who is coming!