Climb a huge hill
Climb Belstone Tor and try and find the mythical Nine Maidens. Amazing views of Dartmoor from the top.
Go bird watching
Did you know that 70 species of birds were seen in Sticklepath in 2013? How many can you spot?
Hold a scary beast
Dartmoor is home to loads of weird and wonderful creatures - do you have the nerve to hold one?
Set up a snail race
Snails love eating our garden. Set up a race and put them to good use.
Why not try one of the activities below - you can do them any where and any time, but be careful when the rivers are full and fast flowing. Before you set off, don't forget to ask the grown-ups to read the safety tips (pdf).
Explore wild landscapes and collect cool discoveries for your adventure stick as you go.
Become a spy, and see what you can see from the undergrowth.
Take photographs of lots of different things and places on your adventure.
Enjoy nature's music and make your own instruments from what's around you.
Perfect riverside homes
Find the ideal home for these creatures.
See if you can find what the rivers have gobbled up and left on the riverside on their way to the sea.
Slow flow or speedy sprint
Can you work out how fast or slow the river's flowing today?
What's rocking and rolling
Find all sorts of different kinds of pebbles and rocks, smoothed and shaped by the river.