Friday, 25 March 2011

Visiting Dartmoor for a Short Break

if you seek solitude and wish to wander freely for miles and miles, none better, but plan your trip and pack provisions, and a lightweight tent. You are allowed to camp in the wild here, the only place one is allowed to do so, apart from the Scottish Highlands in the UK....

Haytor at Dawn, the first stop for many where you can park and walk
The River Teign flows beneath Castle Drogo at Fingle Bridge
A view overlooking Chagford, a village of great charm
The wild landscape of Widecombe in the Moor. None better.
Spinster's Rock outside Chagford
The Ring of Bells at North Bovey, a welcome watering hole

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