The Tarka Trail | Walks | Dartmoor Walks | Cycling in Devon
Dartmoor Walks: From a nice walk taking in some of the better known Dartmoor Tors, to a walk crossing the upper reaches River Lyd as it tumbles through granite boulders.
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The Tarka Trail, over 180 miles in length taking a looping route through North and Mid Devon, from the rugged Atlantic Coast, alongside the Rivers Taw and Torridge through rural Devon countryside onto the northern slopes of Dartmoor, and the source of the River Taw. Much of the route is along the route of a disused railway line ideal for walkers and cyclists alike.
Crow Point - where the Two Rivers meet. This is Tarka Country made famous by Henry Williamson's book Tarka the Otter. Tidal creeks, wind blown estuaries. Off the beaten track- a place to gather ones thoughts.
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