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Cadover Bridge

Tranquil moorland by River Plym. Starting point for walks through ancient woodland or across open moors and tors.

on Dartmoor, near Shaugh Prior, Devon

View of Cadover Bridge with Trowlesworthy tors in distance, Dartmoor, Devon

Planning your visit

Walkers with dogs on Marsden Moor Estate, West Yorkshire

Visiting Dartmoor with your dog 

Fingle Bridge, Cadover Bridge and Shaugh Bridge are one pawprint rated places. Discover how to have a dog-friendly visit to Dartmoor.

Dartmoor pony on Trowlesworthy Warren, Upper Plym Valley, Devon

Cows, sheep and ponies on Dartmoor

Much of the land that we look after around Cadover Bridge is designated common land. Tenants and Commoners have the right to graze this land with livestock including cattle, ponies and sheep. Please take care around livestock and be aware that they can be protective of their young, especially when dogs are present.

A visitor carrying a backpack and walking along a footpath at Divis and the Black Mountain with stone walls either side, the countryside visible in the background.

Follow the Countryside Code 

Help to look after National Trust places by observing a few simple guidelines during your visit and following the Countryside Code.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland

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