|Little Mis Tor|
I'm not the only person who has a deep passion for Dartmoor National Park and so below is a list of all those great, interesting websites that I read and/or use. They're a great alternative if you're bored reading my blog posts (which I completely understand) 😀
The below list contains a range of brilliant websites that I enjoy visiting; some are blogs, others photography websites and even a few websites endeavouring to document Dartmoor's wealth of archaeology.
- Tors of Dartmoor by Paul Buck, Tim Jenkinson, and me - the definitive listing of all the tors of Dartmoor.
- Dartmoor Walker by Martin Sidgreaves
- Dartmoor's Daughter by Emma Cunis - a knowledgeable Dartmoor Guide, offering walks (some of which are nav-based) and nature connection experiences to better people's health and wellbeing.
- Paul Rendell - a renowned and knowledgeable Dartmoor Guide, giving guided walks and illustrated talks. He is also an author and has published some great books including Exploring The Lower Walkham Valley, Exploring Around Burrator and Okehampton Then and Now.
- Dartmoor News by Paul Rendell - the best little magazine on Dartmoor, providing news and articles every two months.
- Moorland Walker by Paul Buck
- Bruce Little Landscape Photography
- Richkni by Richard Knights
- Terry J Hurt Landscape Photography
- Dartmoor Tors Compendium by Josephine Collingwood
- Dartefacts by Rob Naylor, Peter, Karin and Meg Brooks, and me - the most comprehensive database of Dartmoor artefacts, from tors, historic sites of interest and cultural items, Register to begin ticking off those places that you've visited and join in the fun of exploring Dartmoor in greater detail, finding that there is so much more to see than you first thought.
- Legendary Dartmoor by Tim Sandles - a magnificent website that goes into great detail about Dartmoor's sites and points of interest. In-depth research makes this a website well worth visiting.
- Dartmoor CAM by Keith Ryan - a grand collection of walks visiting many points of interest along the way. Keith provides many a 10-figure NGR that makes following in his footsteps easy and enjoyable.
- treksandtors by Stephen Foster - an excellent blog, this one, which goes into great detail about how to reach Dartmoor's sites but also blogs about his adventures. It's not just Dartmoor, either, with the beautiful South-West Coastal Path being a common occurrence.
- Wandering Jay by Jason Wiggins
- A Dartmoor blog by Adrian Colston
- jochta's bench marks by John Talbot
- Moor and More Images by Peter, Karin and Meg Brooks
- Moor Images by Cain Power
- Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks by Dave Parks
- Glavind Strachan Photography by Paul Harris
- Dartmoor 365 by Rob Hayward
- Summit or Nothing by Trev Lewis and Nath Fullick
- pm69photography by Peter Morrison
- Dartmoor Explorations by Steve Grigg - a simply outstanding collection of information regarding Dartmoor industrial archaeology and much more. This new(ish) website attempts to document all that is Dartmoor, explaining the many activities that took place here, such as warrening.
- Dartmoor Ancient Boundary Walk - Perambulation by Ian and Caroline Kirkpatrick - a nice website detailing Dartmoor's Greatest Long Distance Walk and photos of the annual visit to Fur Tor over the years.
- Climate Run by Pavel Cenkl
- Tor of the Moor
- Isaac Ogden Photography
- Ollismark's Blog
|Bleak House Ruin, aka Dunnagoat Cottage - built for the owner of the Rattlebrook Peat Works, upstream.|
You might've already seen that I have three pretty detailed maps, one of the Tors and Rocks of Dartmoor, one of the Tors and Rocks of Bodmin Moor, and one of the Artefacts on Bodmin Moor... but I do have more, two to be exact that are shown below:
UK Bench Marks That Still Exist!
The aim of this map is to document all of the OS Bench Marks that I have visited - not just those on Dartmoor which are helpfully documented on Dartefacts, but also those on Bodmin Moor (these will also appear on my Bodmin Moor Artefacts Map) and surrounding areas that don't fit into a particular category. There are quite a few in my local area that I need to check out and these will be documented on this map as and when I visit them. A lot of B.M.s currently do not have accompanying photographs and is very much a work in progress, and I admit I am behind in adding some to this map.
The Tors & Rocks of South-West Cornwall
The aim of my second map is to (try to) document as many outcrops, tors and rocks as possible in this area of the UK. Much of this beautiful granite plateau called Penwith is littered with craggy outcrops on the cliffs and I have decided to include some of these if they start at the top of the escarpment. Because of my location, this part of Cornwall is rarely visited by me, so I think others will benefit from this map more than I - but that's fine with me!