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Two Moors Way: from Lynmouth to Ivybridge


Publication Type
Matthew Arnold
Date Published
127 x 203 mm
Number of Pages
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Publisher's Information 2018

This book, a Guide to Walking the Two Moors Way, acts as a reference for the full north to south route. You will begin in the picturesque and charming village of Lynmouth. From here, you will leave the towering sea cliffs behind as you venture over the diverse landscape of Exmoor. Next, you shall proceed across open moorland, through ancient farmsteads, and past tiny hamlets - all of which offer a fantastic insight into Devonís isolated rural life.

Leaving Exmoor, you will merge into the rarely visited rolling hills of mid-Devon. From here, pressing onwards, you will crisscross through a network of country lanes and along narrow hedgerows, bypassing remote historic churches that date back hundreds of years.

For the final stage, you will initially pass through wooded valleys and alongside stone walls and prehistoric bronze age settlements before finally making your way across the barren, lonely, and inhospitable moorland with its scattered granite tors to finally descend into Ivybridge. The finale makes for an impressive ending to this wonderful route.

This Guide contains
Detailed 1:25 000 OS maps covering the entire route.
Route broken down into easily manageable legs.
A suggested kit list, also available for free to download.
Travel information.
Places of interest and village amenities such as historic locations, accommodation, eateries, public facilities.
Full six-figure grid reference for GPS reference.
Colour photography throughout

Paths Covered by this Publication:

172 km / 107 miles

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