Map art for beginners
Why not have some daily GetOutside fun and create your own map art? GetOutside Champion duo TwoBlondes show us how.
Dartmoor is 954 square kilometres (368 square miles) of moorland punctuated by exposed granite tors, providing vital navigational markers and rest stops.
Although parts are a military firing range, there are still ample opportunities for walking, running, cycling, riding and climbing. The long history of Dartmoor can be discovered in ancient burial mounds and ruined farms, as well as in the tales surrounding the moor.
What is letterboxing?
If you’re looking for a family fun day out in the Dartmoor National Park, then why not try out one of the most unique activities the area has to offer – letterboxing. Similar to orienteering, it’s something which you can do either on your own or with your family. It’s also a great way to explore and discover more about the local area. Here’s everything you need to know about letterboxing…
A guide to Wild Camping on Dartmoor
For the wild campers of England, Dartmoor has to be a dream location because its bylaws allow wild camping (but not camp fires) in some allocated areas. You’re going to need a rucksack for this one as camping next to the road or in camper vans is not permitted. Find out everything you need to get going with Fi Darby.