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Dart Valley Trail: from Dartmouth to Totnes

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Publication Type
Guidebook
Author
Matthew Arnold
ISBN
9781999950927
Date Published
2018
Size
127 x 178 mm
Number of Pages
62pp
Cost
Purchase Info
Cheques payable to 'Matthew Arnold'. Also available from https://trailwanderer.co.uk/collections/walking-and-hiking-in-devon/products/dart-valley-trail-pocket-guide-book
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Publisher's Information 2018

The Dart Valley Trail is a walk along one of the most scenic rivers in Devon, the River Dart. The trail begins in Dartmouth Harbour, a town long associated with naval activity and home to the prestigious Britannia Royal Naval College. From here, the path leads along and over the rising hills and wooded banks of the Dart Valley. The variety of landscape provides striking views up and down the valley as well as beyond to Dartmoor National Park. En route, you will pass through the picturesque villages of Dittisham, Tuckenhay, Cornworthy, and Ashprington before finally arriving in Totnes. All these villages provide a different selection of cosy pubs, waterside restaurants, and places to stay.

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:

27 km / 17 miles

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