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    Pocket Pub Walks Dartmoor

    £2.99
    £5.99
    The 15 circular walks in this pocket-sized guidebook take in beautiful scenery around Dartmoor and all start/finish at a top-rated local pub.
    ISBN: 9781846741968
    AuthorBennie, Michael
    PublisherNameCountryside Books
    Pub Date06/05/2010
    BindingPaperback
    Pages80

    Looking for some of the best pub walks around Dartmoor? Look no further! The 15 circular walks in this pocket-sized guidebook take in beautiful scenery and all start/finish at a top-rated local pub.

    Experience Dartmoor's vast and varied landscape at its best; from the dramatic moorland around Princetown and Peter Tavy to the beautiful woods of the Bovey and Plym Valleys; from South Zeal in the north to Buckfast in the south.
    HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
    Impressive Lydford Castle;
    The charming village of North Bovey with its thatched cottages & picturesque village green;
    The remains of an old copper mine & the wonderful views from Ramsley Hill;
    St Pancras church, the cathedral of the moor, in Widecombe-in-the-Moor;
    Hound Tor, which, according to legend, was formed when a pack of hounds was turned to stone.

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    Looking for some of the best pub walks around Dartmoor? Look no further! The 15 circular walks in this pocket-sized guidebook take in beautiful scenery and all start/finish at a top-rated local pub.

    Experience Dartmoor's vast and varied landscape at its best; from the dramatic moorland around Princetown and Peter Tavy to the beautiful woods of the Bovey and Plym Valleys; from South Zeal in the north to Buckfast in the south.
    HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
    Impressive Lydford Castle;
    The charming village of North Bovey with its thatched cottages & picturesque village green;
    The remains of an old copper mine & the wonderful views from Ramsley Hill;
    St Pancras church, the cathedral of the moor, in Widecombe-in-the-Moor;
    Hound Tor, which, according to legend, was formed when a pack of hounds was turned to stone.