Experience the best Dartmoor has to offer on this two-day walk from Shipley Bridge to Lydford
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A Dartmoor walk that will delight the whole family
Explore Ashburton's ancient links to Dartmoor on this guided and event-full walk
Explore the old route across the moor on a 2-day walk with overnight stop in Princetown
A new exhibition tells the story of the Dartmoor hill ponies and enables visitors to experience the reality
Here's some ideas on ways to see and enjoy Dartmoor using public transport
A two-day walk from the southwest to the northeast of Dartmoor visiting all my favourite spots
The humble hawthorn thrives on windswept Dartmoor in a host of amazing shapes.
Five of my favourite Dartmoor walks for wintertime - finishing at a cosy pub or cafe
A Dartmoor day of action on the eve of global climate change talks
Walk across Dartmoor following the old Tavistock-Ashburton packhorse track
A guided weekend walk from Newbrige in the south to Gidleigh in the north
Explore on e-bikes the parts of Dartmoor that inspired Hound of the Baskervilles, finishing with a high moorland cream tea
Pick and enjoy wild garlic
Walking and coaching make for a brilliant way of boosting creativity
Green Party candidate Andy Williamson goes on campaign trail on Dartmoor on electric bike
Follow the Hound of the Baskerville's trail over Dartmoor on electric bikes
Is Dartmoor wild enough?
A great walk on Dartmoor should include all or most of these things...
5 reasons why it's good to walk, particularly in nature.
It doesn't matter how often you walk on Dartmoor, you will always discover something new and magical.
It's not just about avoiding getting lost. There are many other good reasons to enjoy a guided walk on Dartmoor
What is to become of the much loved Dartmoor ponies?
Every good walk has a break for refreshments. This cake is easy to bake and transport, and loved by all who eat it.
Moorland Guides is offering a series of Dartmoor walks on Wednesdays, looking at Myths and Legends, Archaeology, and Water.
An account of my 4 days leading Schumacher College Masters students across Dartmoor.
A canine companion gives her version of a walk with Dartmoor Walks This Way
Winter walking - even in this soggy season - can be wonderful
The benefits for mental and physical health of regular walking are extraordinary and often overlooked.
Autumn is a good time to admire the amazing lichen and fungi in Dartmoor woodlands
Granite boulders perform acrobatic feats in Kensington Gardens and on Dartmoor
A visit to Finch Foundry brought to life the power that water brings
DWTW invited Satish Kumar to team up for a fundraising walk in aid of Deven Wildlife Trust.
Hiking and biking on Dartmoor was a great way to spend the hottest day of the year.
This walks explores the remote Upper Plym, Shavercombe Falls and prehistoric sites at Trowlesworthy.
A group of us ventured onto the high moor to find the source of the East Dart and follow it down.
We tested a new circular route to explore Dartmoor on foot and electric bike
The Erme valley has many prehistoric remains and a beautiful area of woodland called Piles Copse
Wild daffodils and snowdrops are coming into flower. Here's some good places to see them.
Mires are important areas of Dartmoor but hard to walk near.
People have always walked for many reasons and on Dartmoor one can still trace the routes our ancestors followed.
Running water is good for health and wellbeing so make the most of Dartmoor's many rivers and get out and enjoy them.
Salmon are coming up the Dartmoor rivers now to spawn the next generation on the high moor where they started their own lives.
Dartmoor Walks This Way offered a walk through the TTT Skillshare programme to explore hidden corners of Dartmoor around Hound Tor and the Becka valley
Autumn brings heather and gorse into flower but there are many other flowers to enjoy on Dartmoor all year round
Dartmoor is shaped by water. After months of watching the rain fall, I decided it was time to celebrate all our wonderful streams and rivers.
WTW led an afternoon walk for Schumacher College earlier this month along with Satish Kumar and Peter Owen Jones.
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