Ever fancied just wandering out into an English National Park with a backpack, jumping over boggy areas and breathing in that fresh English air?
Dartmoor was one of the first National Parks created in the UK. This 400 square miles of terrain is the biggest, wildest area of open country in southern England. There are ancient clapper bridges, wooded valleys, cave systems and huge stone tors that were formed around 280 million years ago.
Dartmoor also includes the highest concentration of prehistoric stone rose and over 10,000 hectares of surviving Bronze Age field systems. Watch out for the Iron Age hut circles and hillforts that are visible in various places, including in the video below. Check it out!