Exploring Bowerman’s Nose and The Two Moors Way
Follow the Two Blondes as they explore the dramatic countryside around the Two Moors way and Bowerman's nose in Dartmoor - while being followed by a film crew for ITVs Britain's Favourite Walks
Ringstead/Chaldon Herring | Ringstead /Chaldon Herring
Walking route: 16.1km, Difficulty: Energetic
Corfe Castle and the Purbeck Ridge
Walking route: 9.2km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Walking route: 0.7km, Difficulty: Leisurely
go to the resently rfrbished swanage peair, swange life boat station and then go to prevrel point
Walking route: 2.1km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Swanage to Durston Park
route: 2km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Ullwell Caravan Park to Corf Castel
Walking route: 6.5km, Difficulty: Leisurely
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The Old Barn, in SWANAGE
Sleeps: 8, Bedrooms: 3
Impressive barn conversion in rural Dorset location, close to beaches and Corfe Castle. Converted to an exceptionally high standard. Lovely doorstep walks. Swanage Steam Railway nearby. Swanage 2.5 miles.
Leap House, in WAREHAM
Sleeps: 5, Bedrooms: 3
A lovely semi-detached cottage in the conservation area of the attractive Dorset waterside town of Wareham. Woodburner. WiFi. Enclosed garden.
The Vogue Lodge, in SWANAGE
Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2
All ground floor lodge on Swanage Bay View Holiday Park. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms. On-site facilities including restaurants and use of indoor swimming pool and gym. Wareham 9.7 miles.
Five Classic West Country Winter Walks
Perhaps it’s the bright, crisp days, perhaps it’s the bracing winds, but winter makes walking in the West Country a real delight. Whether you’re looking for a blast of fresh air amid the festivities or have resolved to do more exercise, hiking the region’s coast paths and moors will put plenty of pep in your step. So we asked local Ordnance Survey #GetOutside Champion Belinda Dixon to come up with some routes that show the west off at its winter best.
What is letterboxing?
If you’re looking for a family fun day out in the Dartmoor National Park, then why not try out one of the most unique activities the area has to offer – letterboxing. Similar to orienteering, it’s something which you can do either on your own or with your family. It’s also a great way to explore and discover more about the local area. Here’s everything you need to know about letterboxing…