A Selection of our walks

A selection of our guided walks

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Below are examples of some of our more popular guided walks. However bespoke walks can be arranged to suit your personal needs and this list is not an exhaustive one. The first price quoted is for a group of 1-4 persons. The second price is the Per person cost of additional party members (up to 6 total) For larger groups please ring to discuss what we can offer.

1.Widecombe Skyline Walk, a 6 hour walk exploring the skyline to the north of Widecombe with lots of archaeological interest and huge panoramas. A really good leg stretch too! £90 / £20

2. Exploring the Upper Avon, a 5-6 hour walk starting at Shipley Bridge taking in the archaeology of the Avon valley with broad panoramas across the South Hams and the attractive  River Avon as its focus. £90 / £20

3. The Upper Taw Skyline, a 6 hour circuit of the Taw and it’s tributaries, visiting Bronze age stone circles and 18th cenury mine workings and finishing with vast views across Mid and East Devon and most of Northern Dartmoor. (Subject to military firing times). £90 / £20

4. Three Barrows or Bust! Setting off from South Brent village car park, we meander through fields before climbing up onto the high moor. We pass tin workings and Bronze Age settlements to reach Three Barrows, on the Southern moors central spine offering excellent views East through South to West as well as North into the heart of the moor. The route returns via paths that parallel the River Avon (6 hours)  £90 / £20

5. Bellever Burials. A 3 hour walk from Postbridge car park exploring the burial and ceremonial sites of the Bellever Forest as well as some Bronze Age settlements. Bellever Tor is central to the moor and offers excellent views to both North and South. £45 / £10

6. Manaton Woodland Wander. A 6 hour walk touring Houndtor and Manaton woods, visiting an Iron age hillfort and gaining views into Lustleigh Cleave and towards Haytor. Much of the route is in ancient woodland which is a site of special scientific interest, and our encounters with the River Bovey will make this an enchanting walk. £90 /£20

7. Haytor and Houndtor. A leisurely paced 4 hour walk starting at Haytor information centre and taking in the famous granite railway and the Medieval village of Hundetorre. Particularly spectacular in May when the bluebells are astonishing in this area. £60 / £15

8. Archaeology of the Double Dart. A 4 hour walk starting at Beltor corner visiting numerous antiquities from Bronze age settlements to Tudor Rabbit Warrens. The walk has lovely views across the Double Dart Gorge . £60 / £15

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