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This site has been funded by the HLF as part of the Moor than meets the eye project to help you discover and better understand the abundance of wildlife and archaeology that Dartmoor has to offer. Dartmoor is one of the most important sites for bronze age archaeology in western Europe and contains over 8,000 historic features reflecting human activity in the area for over 3,550 years on Dartmoor. Dartmoor is also home to some very special wildlife and contains species which are of international importance. Click here for a guide to the archaeological features you are likely to find on Dartmoor and how to help look after them and here for more information on Dartmoor wildlife?
Dartmoor is a very special place so please help us look after it:
Submitted trails are subject to verification by Dartmoor National Park Authority, prior to publishing on this website. Heritage Trails will need to follow footpaths and bridleways, or over other land to which the public have a right of access, or where the landowner has given permission. The Authority will also take into account issues including erosion and potential impacts on wildlife and reserves the right not to publish a submitted trail on the Heritage Trails Map.
Whilst every care has been taken to ensure accuracy, Dartmoor National Park cannot accept responsibility for any inaccurate, incomplete or out of date information, or any loss or damage that may result in reliance on it.
The Heritage Trails Map is intended solely to provide indicative information of interest to assist visitors in planning their trip. Do not print maps or in any way attempt to navigate directly from this map. If you wish to use the routes shown you will need to navigate using a more detailed map such as the Ordnance Survey OL 28 Dartmoor Explorer Series map. The weather on Dartmoor can be unpredictable - ensure that you are fully prepared for your trip to the outdoors.
This map is provided for information only and must not be relied on for the legal status or definitive line of a route. The precise line of a Right of Way can only be determined by reference to the Definitive Map of Public Rights of Way which is held by Devon County Council.
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