We had snow, rain, 50mph winds and even a rainbow. The weather playing out it’s drama over the bleak tors and ancient woodland of Dartmoor, changing the landscape for both inner and outer as one moves through this very special of areas in Southern England.Read more
A two day hike and camp in Dartmoor.
This very special place always leaves a deep impression within the visitor. Staying a night on top the moors is the perfect way to experience the landscape in its many forms.Read more
Just a simple two day trip on the moors with a night spent tucked away in a forested valley away from the 50mph gusts. Even with shelter from surrounding gorse bushes the tent got a battering.Read more
Had a few days off so bags were packed, water bottles filled and camera charged. Off to Dartmoor for four days, two and a half of which would be solo and the rest being a friendly rendezvous on top of Hookney Tor with Ed and Guy, two fellow bushcrafters!Read more
Dartmoor is one of my most frequented areas in the UK, its mix of a feeling of remoteness, bubbling streams and long views make it a special place for me. The trail from Okehampton has been walked many times but seeing the moor in its winter magic was truly breathtaking.Read more
“First time with the Hilleberg Akto, I just wish it had been less of an extreme test.”
Joined the Tarka Trail from Okehampton, following one of my favourite sections in Dartmoor. The East Okemount River flows though beautiful shaded woodland all covered in moss and dripping wet, it feels very ancient and untouched as you pass.Read more