There are lots of activities to keep families entertained over the February half-term, and a chance to stretch legs and enjoy views out over the gorge.
Wrap up warm, get your boots on and start those new year’s resolutions to get more active with a bracing walk to Whitelady waterfall.
What you’ll find at Lydford Gorge if you visit between March and October.
There's plenty to see and do at Lydford Gorge, from walks and wildlife to tasty treats.
Lace up your boots to explore the three mile circular gorge walk before the Devil’s Cauldron and river path are shut for the winter.
A uniquely decorated life-sized fibreglass otter, part of the Dartmoor National Park Moor Otters project, is waiting to greet you
Enhance a beautiful summer walk with a picnic in one of our favourite spots.
There are lots of wild things going on this summer at Lydford Gorge.
Lydford Gorge is a great place to tick off lots of '50 things' activities.
Tucker's Pool tucked away at one end of the gorge is a quieter, more restful place.
Whitelady Waterfall is an outstanding sight to behold
Winter at the gorge
Enjoy walking at Lydford Gorge
Step into autumn at the gorge