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Dartmoor Guided Walks
Experiance the changing seasons with a guided walk on Dartmoor. Having someone show you around Dartmoor sure saves time! Guided walks are a great way to explore the countryside in the company of new friends and an expert walking guide. Ranging from novice leisurely walks to rambling and hiking, guided walks can offer new experiences to all, a chance to see a new version of Dartmoor. Walking Guided tours take you straight to the best views that Dartmoor, the highest walking points the most stunning walking routes and paths to historic sites only a guided walk will find.There are many reasons why a walk with a guide is great fun. Having a walking guide can be helpful to those who are not confident map-reading or being out on their own in the countryside.Or want to learn how to use a map.For those who wish to learn more about the Dartmoor wildlife or history where they are walking a walking guide can really help, who better to walk with than a knowledgeable local walking guide.Experiencing the Dartmoor countryside in the company of others can bring new perspectives and stories even to familiar routes across the wilds of Dartmoor. So when you're staying in you Dartmoor Holiday Cottages be sure to book a knowledgeable walking guide to enhance your visit and walking on Dartmoor
The Dartmoor Way - 140 km (90 miles) - or the most part, the walking route follows public footpaths and quiet country lanes, so you don’t have to be a hardened backpacker to enjoy the fantastic variety of scenery.
The Two Moors Way - 163km (102 miles) - between Ivybridge on the edge of Datmoor to Lynmouth on the North Coast of Exmoor.
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