The bleak high moors take on a life of their own in Winter. On a Winter in Dartmoor tour you will see just how spectacular this ancient landscape can be and perhaps imagine what it would be like living here 100's of years ago!
Winter on Dartmoor – enjoy a winter walk through a fascinating and beautiful corner of the moor
This is a deeply varied corner of Dartmoor and our route will take us through a variety of landscapes and interesting historical sites. We`ll discover lots of evidence still visible from Dartmoor’s industrial past before entering medieval field systems and their settlements. As we continue, we`ll climb steeply to look at amazing Bronze Age archaeology before continuing to a beautiful vantage point beyond where the landscape reveals itself impressively.
Meet: The Warren House Inn SX674809
Distance: 8km approxomately
Difficulty: Fairly easy going in parts but with a steep climb in the last third
Please wear and carry suitable footwear, clothing, food and drink for a moderately strenuous moorland walk (Please see the Kit List page).
We are lucky to have such a varied and dynamic landscape right on our doorstep. Why not let us show you one of our favourite parts of the world?
The Warren House Inn stands isolated and remote high on Dartmoor. At 1425ft (434m) above sea level, it is the highest Inn in Southern England and also said to be the loneliest.