Two Moors Way

The Two Moors Way is a Devon coast to coast path that covers around 102 miles and crosses both Dartmoor and Exmoor from north to south. The path starts in Ivybridge just to the south of Dartmoor and finishes in Lynmouth on the north side of Exmoor. It crosses some stunning scenery on the moors as well as wooded valleys and rural landscapes between the two national parks. More information on this route can be found here  http://www.devon.gov.uk/two_moors_way.pdf including an overview map.

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The large bulk of Langcombe Hill and the Two Moors path below, the path swings round to the right past Langcombe on its way to Quickbeam Hill

Two Moors Way 2

Near the Ivybridge start, looking to Piles Hill and Sharp Tor

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The green path down there is the Two Moors Way near Aish Tor

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Two Moors Way with South Hams stretching away in the distance

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Hameldown Beacon on the Two Moors Way path

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The Two Moors Way heading from Hameldown Beacon

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Hookney Tor and in the distance Hameldown Tor, both on the Two Moors Way