Monthly Archives: May 2011

Good for your health – really or virtually!

For all of us lucky enough to live, work and/or  visit Dartmoor regularly we know that it’s a very special place and is rightly a National Park and so one of Britain’s Breathing Spaces. But now an international team of … Continue reading

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Dartmoor 60 – what are your favourite Dartmoor ‘moments’?

2011 is the 60th Anniversary of the creation of Dartmoor National Park and to celebrate the National Park Authority is running a photography competition and asking people to submit their favourite Dartmoor ‘moment’. This could be A favourite view (Haytor rocks at sunrise?) … Continue reading

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Rangers help in a successful Ten Tors 2011

The Annual Tens Tors Challenge has just taken place on Dartmoor with some 2400 young people tackling either a 35, 45,or 55 mile route. Another 285 also took part in the Jubilee Challenge which is open to less abled young … Continue reading

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Guided Walk to Winney’s Down – 23 May

There will be a guided walk from Fernworthy Reservoir car park (Pay and Display) to Winney’s Down, which is our first Dartmoor Mires Project restoration site, from 13:30 – 17:30 on Monday 23 May. It is a fantastic site, but … Continue reading

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Browsing whilst on Dartmoor

So your favourite Dartmoor blog has inspired you to head out to the moor this weekend but you dont want to print out any paper to remind you of the locations of the bluebells, the times of the Haytor Hoppa or an image … Continue reading

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It’s Bluebell Time!

It’s  that spectacular time of year when the bluebells bathe large swathes of Dartmoor with their vibrant hues. In many locations on Dartmoor, particularly the woodlands (see, the bluebells are in full swing but over the coming days the … Continue reading

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