Join us for our 10 or 12 mile circular walk, or the Family Friendly Adventure (approx. 4 mile), from Bellever Forest car park.
Sunday 24th February 2019
Start at 0900 hours – latest start time 0915
Starting at the car park in Bellever forest (Grid Reference 655771)
Minimum donation to DSRTP of £14.00 / person for walk, or £14.00 for a family group taking part in the family adventure. (including certificate!)
The 10 mile circular route goes from Bellever Forest car park to Postbridge, Braddon Lake and Broad Down. Depending on conditions, there should then be an option to extend the route via the waterfall and Browns House, before re-joining the main route to Lower White Tor, Higher White Tor, Longaford Tor, Powdermills Chimney, Lakehead Hill, Bellever Tor, Laughter Tor, and back to Bellever.
The Family Adventure is an approximately 4 mile circular route, with checkpoints / stamps to collect on route. This will also go from Bellever Forest car park, heading towards Lakehead Hill, past Bellever Tor, Laughter Tor, and then back to Bellever.
Requirements for the walk
Suitable equipment for a day on open moor, bearing in mind what conditions are applicable during this part of the year. You should have at least a map, compass, torch, food and fluids, whistle, waterproofs and a hat, gloves and suitable footwear.
Due to the fact that some of the walk is on open Moor, at least one of the team must have basic navigation, compass and map reading skills.
The walk will start at 0900 hours and no walkers will be allowed to start after 0915 (family adventure starting between 0900 and 1000). The cut off time for the finish will be 16.00. There will also be a cut off time at the forest corner GR643772 of 1430 when all walkers, arriving after this time, will be asked to make their way to Bellever forest car park via the footpath to the east through the forest, then the road.
Preparation of Own Route:
The route will start and finish at Bellever forest car park, where there are toilet facilities. It costs £2 to park a car there for the duration of the walk. Grid references will be given for each of the checkpoints that are to be used so each team must plan and prepare their own route using the information already given. The aim of the walk is to visit all checkpoints and return to Bellever.
The Map used for the information and preparation of this walk is Ordnance Survey Outdoor Leisure Number 28, Map of Dartmoor North & South, 1:25,000.
Online booking is available for both the long walk and family walk using the link below.
Alternatively, if you’d rather print off a booking form and post to the team including a cheque, forms are available below also.
- Online booking link to Eventbrite for both the long walk and the family walk
- A printable entry form for the 10 / 12 mile circular Challenge
- A printable entry form for the Family Friendly Adventure
- A Poster to advertise the event – any assistance in spreading the word of this great event with your personal networks is of course very welcome!