Tag Archives: walking

Back on the Rails!


At the end of March, it was reported that Manga Rails on the River Teign had become damaged and two of the lower rails were now missing. The purpose of this granite and metal structure is primarily to keep animals … Continue reading

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Teign Valley Woodlands – update on access


The five year permissive access agreement between the owners of the Teign Valley Woodlands and Dartmoor National Park Authority ended in March 2013.  The present owners of the woodlands have indicated that they do not wish to enter into a … Continue reading

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Best laid schemes…


Two Dartmoor National Park Voluntary Wardens and Two Hash House Harriers have been preparing to tackle the 118 mile Devon Coast to Coast route along The Erme-Plym Trail and The Two Moors Way for some time now. And today (Monday 30th April) … Continue reading

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One Year On – Boardwalk Bash – High, Dry and Safe!


Boardwalk Bash – what a difference a year makes!  Subscribers to the Dartmoor National Park blog will recall an article in April 2011 about how a group of regular walkers had set about raising funds for and then repairing and … Continue reading

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Dartmoor Rescue – another Dartmoor day!


Last weekend Ranger Paul Glanville was waved down at Norsworthy Bridge (Eastern end of Burrator) by a walker who explained that his colleague had badly injured his leg at the bottom of the Newleycombe valley. Whilst another couple had been asked to sit with … Continue reading

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