Photo: Edmund Gall, Haytor Rocks in Dartmoor National Park
Dartmoor is an area of moorland in southern Devon, England. Protected by National Park status as Dartmoor National Park, it covers 954 square kilometers (368 square miles).
Lovely review today 🥰 “Downloaded the PDF of Discover Dartmoor and the hard copy arrived today..brilliant.! Like the new A5 size, fits in my bag perfectly and take it anywhere. Great improvement, Thanks Visit Dartmoor….!!!”https://t.co/y4s9apPyGL#Dartmoor #Tourism #Devon pic.twitter.com/VH5GQ2yDe2
— VisitDartmoor (@VisitDartmoor) March 2, 2020
When you walk the streets of #London remember the pavements below your feet were hewn out of rocks from #Haytor #Dartmoor and great granite blocks pulled by horses down the moor on these granite rails. That's what you call a tough job for man and beast. pic.twitter.com/c46guXvGim
— Wendy Wonders… (@Thegirlwhonever) March 9, 2019
Creep Holes#Sheep holes also known as a cripple or smoot. Found in the dry stone walls all over #Dartmoor .Smaller holes are for rabbits to jump through and to dissuade them from burrowing underneath the wall causing it to become unstable.
Worth Collection#Devon 👉👉 pic.twitter.com/lJ9a6gASx8
— Dartmoor Trust Archive (@dartmoorarchive) May 1, 2020