Easy Going Dartmoor

Easy Going Dartmoor

Complete Guide
The complete guide has all the information all this page, the towns and villages page and the further information, including the key and all maps and walks details.

Tramper day on DartmoorMain Key for Walks

Dartmoor National Park Map

Information Centres

Toilets
The locations of accessible public toilets are listed in alphabetical order and are shown on the map. Some of these toilets are part of the RADAR National Key Scheme. If you do not have your own key, they are locally available from:
* Exeter City Council (01392) 277888
* Plymouth City Council (01752) 668000,
* Plymouth Guild of Voluntary Service (01752) 201766;
* South Hams District Council (01803) 861234
* Teignbridge District Council (01626) 361101;
* West Devon Borough Council (01822) 813600;
or contact RADAR directly on (0207) 250 3222 or at www.radar.org.uk (external website, opens new window)
Those toilets with a RADAR key are available 24 hours; in some cases a RADAR key is available from the nearest Information Centre during opening hours (see key). The majority of other toilets are locked overnight.

Types of Walks

Easy Going Walks
These are the walks on Dartmoor which are most suitable for people with limited mobility for whatever reason. Each map illustrates what you can expect in terms of gradient, surface, camber and obstacles. Please refer to the key. From this information you should be able to make an informed choice about which site is best for you. All the walks described are situated close to car parking facilities. Those with dedicated parking spaces are shown by the relevant symbol. Please bear in mind that this information is intended solely to provide general information of interest to the reader. Whilst every care has been taken to ensure accuracy, neither Dartmoor National Park Authority nor Dartmoor For All can accept responsibility for any errors or omissions, or any loss
or damage arising from the use of this information. Paths are subject to natural erosion and accumulation and their quality may vary, not only according to the seasons but possibly from day to day. Maintenance of these paths may also be ongoing and, at times, variations may be unavoidable. If you have any comments or suggestions about these or other suitable routes please contact Dartmoor National Park Authority's Access and Recreation Officer on (01626) 832093.

children's universityList of Easy Going Walks with map and key.

Bedford Bridge
Bellever
Lydford
Meldon Viaduct
Newbridge

More Adventurous Walks
These are for those people who want to experience a more challenging walk or day out. Again, each map illustrates what you can expect in terms of gradient, surface, camber and obstacles. From this information you should be able to make an informed choice about which site is best for your requirements. All the walks described are situated close to car parking facilities. Those with dedicated spaces are shown by the relevant symbol.

List of More Adventurous Walks with map and key.children's university

Burrator
Fingle Bridge
Holming Beam
Shipley Bridge
Tyrwhitt Trail
Willsworthy Camp Road

Dartmoor Towns and Villages
There are a number of historic towns and villages within the National Park with many narrow streets and interesting architectural features. Due to the terrain many of these settlements were built wholly or partly on a slope. We hope these maps will give you an idea of what to expect and make your visit easier and more enjoyable.

Further information about accessible countryside and the Dartmoor National Park Authority Guided walks and Events programme.