Dartmoor – England’s last wilderness
Dartmoor’s wild and majestic landscape offers a host of outdoor activities, from gentle pursuits like fishing and walking to more rugged adventures like gorge scrambling, gliding and rock climbing. Whatever your interests, you’ll be spoiled for choice! Dartmoor website.
And follow these links for specific activities on Dartmoor:
- Walking on Dartmoor
- Cycling on Dartmoor
- Horse riding on Dartmoor
- Fishing on Dartmoor
- Canoeing and kayaking on Dartmoor
- Wild swimming on Dartmoor
- Climbing on Dartmoor
Thanks to the South West’s warm climate there’s a range of lovely gardens within and close to Dartmoor, including:
Whether it’s grand houses, Dartmoor’s many prehistoric features or a glimpse inside the history of Dartmoor Prison that take your fancy, you’ll be amazed at the breadth and depth of history here.
Follow these links to find out more:
- Castle Drogo
- Buckland Abbey
- Legendary Dartmoor
- Museum of Dartmoor Life
- Dartmoor Prison Museum
- Morwellham working village, mine and craft centre
- Prehistoric Dartmoor
Wildlife of Dartmoor
The National Park is an important haven for plants and animals, some of them very rare, as well as our wonderful ponies. You can find out more here.