Dartmoor Walking Festival

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Event Date:

24th August


Overview

Explore a different side to Dartmoor and delve into its folklore, history and landscape with a range of walks led by expert guides.

The Ramblers, National Trust and other walking providers such as “Spirit of Adventure” are keen to support the festival and full details can be found in the programme.

The Dartmoor National Park are fully supporting the week with Ranger-led walks as well as archaeological visits and events and are delighted to also have the support of those who live and work on Dartmoor within the Dartmoor Commoner’s Council.

The Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team is also supporting the week and if you have ever wondered what they do out in the dark when searching for missing walkers then come and join them on an evening exercise to find out more!

Various charges apply, please check individual listings

 


Location


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Dartmoor Walking Festival Dartmoor National Park
Various Locations
Dartmoor Walking Festival

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