South Devon and Dartmoor : Outstanding Circular Walks: This collection of walks complements the Pathfinder South Devon & Dartmoor Ordnance Survey map, an area acclaimed as the last great wilderness in Britain. The haunting beauty of the central moorland studded with old tin mines and one of Britain’s highest concentrations of prehistoric remains is explored on several routes through the national park, including those passing Vixen Tor, one of the tallest and most distinctive granite tors on Dartmoor, Princetown and Buckfastleigh Moor. However, there are also explorations of the hills, river valleys and picturesque villages of the surrounding countryside the South Hams and south-east Devon, and especially the spectacular coastline.
The Contents of South Devon and Dartmoor is as follows: 1. Cockington Valley; 2. Bench Tor; 3. Gara Rock and Portlemouth Down; 4. Stover Country Park and the River Teign; 5. Vixen Tor and Pew Tor; 6. Exe estuary and Exminster Marshes; 7. The Yealm Estuary; 8. Venn Ottery Common; 9. Dart Estuary and Dartmouth Castle; 10. Broadhembury; 11. Loddiswell and the Avon Valley Woods; 12. Ashburton and Whiddon Scrubs; 13. Three Reservoirs Walk; 14. Brixham and Churston Point; 15. Prawle Point and Woodcombe Point; 16. Otter Estuary, East Budleigh and Otterton; 17. Kingston and the River Erme; 18. Bolt Head and Salcombe Estuary; 19. Start Point and Hallsands; 20. Torcross, Slapton Ley and Stokenham; 21. Beer and Branscombe; 22. Rippon Tor, Pil Tor and Buckland Beacon; 23. Widgery Cross and Great Links Tor; 24. Yes Tor and High Willhays; 25. Sidmouth, Salcombe Regis and Weston Combe; 26. Princetown, Dartmoor Railway and Leather Tor; 27. Dittisham, Cornworthy and Tuckenhay; 28. Buckfastleigh Moor.
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