|from a busy market town to remote parts of Devon|
|1 hour walks|
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Magnificent views of Dartmoor
Walk 1 Cranbrook Castle (4.7 miles)
A From the centre of Moretonhampstead turn into Cross Street direction Exeter.
Turn left into a park then continue through a graveyard.At Lime Street turn right.
After bridge turn left into a public footpath.
B The walk gently climbs towards Cranbrook through quite a secluded part of Devon.
C At the top you can enjoy some spectacular glimpses of Dartmoor.
D Cranbrook Castle is an iron age hill fort and can be visited en route.
E Caution:There are some some awkward stiles to negotiate making the walk unsuitable for those with restricted mobility.
The paths are generally well defined.
|2 hrs 10 mins|
162 - 311 m
quality of track
Walk 2 North Bovey (4.3 miles)
This most detlightful & popular walk leads to North Bovey (& pub) via Fursdon then retuns following the Dartmoor Way Trail.
For more details check North Bovey
North Bovey has one pub ,the Ring of Bells
Fee Paying Car Park Station Road
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|Walks near Moretonhampstead:|
|Many delightful walks around Dunsford & Steps Bridge including the famous and Daffodil Walk|
|Superb walks from this bustling Market town exploring the stunning beauty of this part of Dartmoor.|
|North Bovey is one of the most idyllic villages in Devon. It is quite isolated and ,perhaps because of this,the village has retained its original charm. An excellent pub walk!|
|During the bronze age Grimspound ,made of granite blocks ,enclosed 24 hut circles,suggesting a milder climate and an abundance of trees. Two popular walks.|
|Carefully selected walks with easy car access!|