Dartmoor WalksWalking Routes & Hiking Trails
Find Dartmoor walks from the list below which features the best walking routes in the area. Most are circular walks and are listed from the shortest and easiest to the longest more challenging routes.
The great Dartmoor walks in the list below cater for walkers of all abilities from easy low-level circular walks to routes across the high moorland tors. All walks are free to Xownload and print and all routes have GPX files. The walks include all the major summits in the Dartmoor National Park including High Willhays the highest summit in southern England.
|Trenchford & Tottiford Reservoirs (Moretonhampstead)
|Sharp Tor, Corndon Tor & Yar Tor Circular
|Sharrah Pool from New Bridge
|Laughing Tors from Bellever
|The Avon Dam Reservoir from Shipley Bridge
|Castle Drogo & Sharp Tor from Fingle Bridge
|Corndon Tor & Yar Tor Circular
|Great Links Tor & Widgery Cross from the Fox & Hounds
|Bellever Tor & Postbridge from Bellever
|Avon Dam Reservoir & White Barrows from Shipley Bridge
|Great Nodden & Great Links Tor
|Buckland in the Moor Circular
|High Willhays & Yes Tor from Meldon Reservoir
|Cosdon Beacon from South Zeal
|Dr Blackall's Drive & Ponsworthy
|Huntingdon Warren & Lud Gate from Scorriton
|Nun's Cross & Peat Cot from Princetown
|Avon Dam & Redlake Tramway from Shipley Bridge
|Rattlebrook Peat Railway
|Haytor Rocks & Hound Tor from Saddle Tor
|Bleak House & Great Nodden from Lydford
|Cross Gate to Nuns Cross via Leather Tor
|Eylesbarrow & Sheeps Tor from Norsworthy Bridge
|Burrator Reservoir from Yelverton
|Hurston, Lettaford & Two Moors Way
|Upper Erme Valley & Ugborough Moor
|Postbridge & Challacombe Down from Bellever
|Cosdon Hill & Oke Tor from Belstone
|Yes Tor, Cranmere Pool and Amicombe Hill from Meldon Reservoir
|North Moor crossing from Okehampton to Bellever
★ GPS file ☩ Route profile
Walking in the Dartmoor National Park is wholly contained within the boundaries of Devon and is dominated by some of the wildest upland moorland in the UK. Granite outcrops or tors are a feature of the landscape and add visual interest. Beautiful rolling countryside surrounds the high moors adding to the scenic contrasts enjoyed by visitors. With a long and varied history there is much evidence of former ages from Neolithic sites to more recent industrial heritage.
Dartmoor Walking Guide
Other walks in Britain - For a list of all the areas where walks are available go to the Main Walk Index.
Walk grading - Learn how each walk is assessed and select a walk to suit your ability and experience by going to Walk Grading Details.