Walks on Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor

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Link to: Cox Tor walk

Cox Tor Walk: 3-4 Hours

Walk 1: Cox Tor
Cox Tor - Cox Tor Cairns - Great Staple Tor - Roos Tor - Middle Staple Tor - Local (Disused) Tin Workings

Link to: CheeseWring walk

Cheese Wring Walk (Bodmin Moor): 3-4 Hours

Walk 3: Cheese Wring (Bodmin)
Minions (Nr. St Cleer) - Hurlers Stone Circles - Cheese Wring - Bronze Age Mining, settlements & burial chambers - 19th Century Tin and Copper Mining

Link to: Feather Tor walk

Feather Tor: 2 Hours

Walk 5: Feather Tor (B3357), Barn Hill, Feather Tor & Vixon Tor
This walk is short, simple and full of history and enjoyment for the kids, some modern-day controversy too.

Link to: Great Mis Tor walk

Great Mis Tor: 2 Hours+

Walk 7: Little Mis Tor (B3357) & Great Mis Tor
Walking up to these two Tors is long and pretty much a 1:12 gradient all the way. The good thing is that the well laid track to Little Mis Tor will have you ready and warm for the final ascent (538m)

link to: Yes Tor walk

Yes Tor: 3 Hours+

Walk 9: Yes Tor (A30/nr. A386), Meldon Reservoir, Longstone Hill, Yes Tor
This walk takes you through some of the most picturesque and challenging short-hikes of Dartmoor. Yes Tor is a mountain (over 600m) and not for the feint of heart. Enjoy!

Link to: Burrator Tor Walk

Burrator: 2-3 Hours

Walk 11: Burrator Reservoir (Yelverton), Views of Sheepstor & Leather Tor
Burrator reservoir is a popular place for walkers and cyclists at any time of year. Its' easy tracks and forests are safe, whilst offering a guaranteed 2-3 hours walk around the lake. Plenty to see and do for all ages. Parking can get a little hectic during the holiday season but well worth it in the sun because of its' shady trees.

Link to: Leather Tor Walk

Leather Tor Walk: 3 Hours

Walk 11: Leather Tor
Sharpitor, Leather Tor, Devonport Leat, Black Tor, Leedon Tor
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Link to: Bray Tor walk

Bray Tor Walk: 5-6 Hours

Walk 2: Bray Tor
River Lyd - Bray Tor - Great Links Tor - Hunt Tor - Kitty Tor - Logan Rock - Logan Stone - Great Nodden

Link to: Two Bridges walk

Two Bridges: 3-4 Hours

Walk 4: Two Bridges (B3357), Beardown Tor & Crocken Tor
Two Bridges - Beardown Tor - Crocken Tor - Devonport Leat - West Dart River
Mix Rural life with the raw splendor of Dartmoor and its' namesake river.

Link to: North Hessary Tor walk

North Hessary Tor: 2 Hours+

Walk 6: North Hessary Tor (B3357), Rundlestone Tor, Hollow Tor & Stone Rows
This walk is moderate in length and involves a long sustained walk up to North Hessary Tor. Once there the view is about as reaching as could be expected from a site chosen for a tv mast.

Link to: Sharpie Tor

Sharpitor: 3 Hours+

Walk 8: Sharpitor (B3212), Leather Tor, Peek Hill, Leeden Tor, Ingra Tor
This walk involves visiting four Tors and a multitude of historical features, which are easily observed throughout the walk. The Cairn at Peek Hill and the settlements on Leeden Tor ascent are quite obvious and 'complete', considering their age.

Link to: Pew Tor walk

Pew Tor: 2 Hours+

Walk 10: Pew Tor (B3357), Heckwood Tor, passing feather tor & vixon tor
A short exploratory walk to some of the more accessible Tors on Dartmoor. Just as beautiful yet available to pretty-much everybody. Pew Tor reaching only 320m still gives those commanding views you'll come to love.

Link to: Cut Hill Walk

Cut Hill: 6-7 Hours

Walk 12: Cut hill (Walk/Camp), Littaford Tor, Longaford Tor, White Tor(s), Browns House, Flat Tor & Cut Hill
A long walk, not to be taken lightly but to be rewarded with a sense of achievement. This peak is one of the highest (603m) and most remote on dartmoor. Please check army firing times before commencing, and go prepared, perhaps for an over-night camp!

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