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Walks and other activities

Dartmoor has 450 miles (730km) of paths, tracks and open moorland for you to explore on foot, bike or horseback and it is also a great place to try out new activities, such as climbing and geocaching.

Watch our film, A Dartmoor Adventure, to inspire you, with Olympian Georgina Geikie, exploring the moor on horseback, by cycling, climbing, geocaching and running.

Walking
Walking

family strolls, guided walks and challenging long distance trails

Camping
Camping

find out about campsites and where you can go wild camping on Dartmoor.

Cycling
Cycling

traffic-free trails, quiet forest tracks and bridleways to enjoy at your own pace.

Horseriding
Horse riding

ride out across common land on the open moor and trot along woodland trails and bridleways

Climbing
Climbing

Dartmoor's granite tors offer both challenging routes and exciting bouldering opportunities

Canoeing
Canoeing

enjoy Dartmoor's rivers during the winter months

Letterboxing
Letterboxing

a Dartmoor activity that combines orienteering with treasure hunting and puzzle solving

Geocaching
Geocaching

find carefully hidden caches using maps and GPS devices

If you are planning to visit the north part of Dartmoor, don't forget to check live firing times as this is MOD land.


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Page last updated: 23 Nov 2016
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