Dartmoor is famous for its dramatic landscape, ideal for exploring on foot. It's a great time of year to be outside enjoying the warmer temperatures and the local wildlife does the same. Keep your eyes open at dusk for bats and spot birds soaring high on the thermals. Here's a few walks to try.
This is a spectacular walk on Piddledown Common that overlooks the dramatic Teign Gorge.
Descend into the gorge to find the towering Whitelady Waterfall. Takes around an hour on mostly good paths with some uneven steps.
Step back in time on a walk through Dewerstone, the site of many archaeological finds - some dating back as far as the Bronze Age.
Take a one-mile walk at Dewerstone Wood, a Site of Special Scientific Interest important for its landscape and wildlife as well its archaeology and industrial heritage.
Perfect for families and anyone interested in astronomy, this easy walk near Castle Drogo is a magical location for both star gazing and wildlife spotting.
Dartmoor's woodland, rivers and rock formations are a wonderful place to explore and have an adventure. Here's some ideas of places to go.
There's plenty of summer colour to be found in a garden near you. Here's a list of some of our favourites, which we've reopened in line with Government guidelines.
Planning a picnic? From woodland walks to colourful gardens or seaside spots, there are plenty of places to spread out a picnic blanket and drink in the views around Devon and Exmoor.