Dartmoor really does have something for everyone; history lovers can explore castle ruins and learn about local myths and legends at our museums or on a guided walk, families have plenty of exciting attractions to choose from, while there’s lots of opportunities for rambling over tors, cycling up challenging hills and staying active in the great outdoors.
A wonderful and exhilarating place, Dartmoor’s 386 square miles has so many options for getting active. Explore the highest tors on foot, tackle the steepest hills on your bike, hack over the moor on horseback, brave a cold dip while wild swimming, try out kayaking and climbing or enjoy a sedate day fishing; there are so many options for exploring Dartmoor National Park!
There’s more to Dartmoor than the towering tors and majestic panoramic views — the Visit Dartmoor website has the best of the National Park’s places to stay, things to see and do, eateries and pubs, local producers, events, family attractions and a fabulous selection Bookable Experiences.
Many more great walks of all distances and levels of difficulty can be found on the Visit Dartmoor website.