£11.35 – £16.73

Singles Saturday Morning Walk and Lunch

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Warren House Inn

Newton Abbot

PL20 6TA

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Dartmoor Walk through Time & Tin Mines

Pi Society & Dartmoor’s Daughter have again joined forces to invite you for a stunning walking experience on Dartmoor.

Walking together with other single outdoors-lovers, we will stroll past an ancient granite cross, up to a tor or two for beautiful far-reaching views, through a fascinating ruined Bronze Age settlement and triple stone row, and into the remains of an open cast industrial era tin mine. Ending up at the famous Warren House Inn, we will enjoy drinks together and a delicious home-made lunch.

Date: Saturday 24th February 2018

Time: Meet at 9.45am for 10am walking start. Lunch is planned for 1pm.

Start Point: Small car park next to Bennett’s Cross on the Postbridge - Moretonhampstead road. Grid Reference - SX 681817. The nearest postcode is The Warren House Inn at PL20 6TA but please don’t rely on a sat nav to take you to the exact location. From Postbridge, Bennett’s Cross is an additional 0.5 miles approx towards Moretonhampstead on the right hand side of the road. From Moretonhampstead, Bennett’s Cross is approx 0.5 miles before the Inn on the left hand side of the road.

Lunch: The Warren House Inn is the third highest pub in England and is famous for its home-cooked food and fire that has been burning since 1845. Lunch and drinks are separate from and additional to the Pi fee and should be paid directly to the Inn. http://www.warrenhouseinn.co.uk/index.html

This is a great way to meet other single people who love walking on Dartmoor and your guide Emma is an excpetional professional guide.

'Level: 3 out of 5. Approximately 4 miles at a relaxed pace although you will need to be comfortable walking for 3 hours in hilly moorland terrain.

About Dartmoor's Daughter

Dartmoor’s Daughter creates walks and nature-connection experiences to transform health, wellbeing, and performance. As a professional guide and facilitator, Emma Cunis is a qualified Hill & Moorland Leader (HML) with the requisite Outdoor First Aid certificate, and has a background in global business. Her maternal family has loved Dartmoor for generations. Her grandmother introduced her first husband Eric Hemery to Dartmoor in the 1950s where he set up and offered guided walks and pony treks then wrote a series of well regarded books including ‘High Dartmoor’ described as 'the bible for anyone who has the spirit of Dartmoor'.

Prices are £15.00 for one ticket and £20 for two tickets

Lunch not included.

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