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Where to Walk and Ride in Devon

Taw-Teign Link

6 mile link between the Tarka Trail and Two Moors Way on the northern fringe of Dartmoor; the route is currently not waymarked.

Passes through the small town of Chagford (where it meets the Two Moors Way) and the village of Sticklepath (where it meets the Tarka Trail).

A quiet landscape of wooded valleys and moorland fringe. Walking is generally quite easy.

Coincides with the Dartmoor Way; links with the Tarka Trail and Two Moors Way.

Bus access is available to both ends of the route.

Symbols Key

Trail includes moorland walkingTrail includes coast and / or estuary walking
Trail includes especially notable viewpointsTrail is mostly waymarked and signposted
Trail has parallel bus and / or train routes to allow for short lengths to be walked Trail information includes dedicated accommodation list

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