Experience a Wild Walk with Dartmoor’s Daughter around the ancient tenements at the centre of Dartmoor. We will explore hidden hamlets, walk lush green driftways, discover an ancient stone row and tall standing stone, and enjoy stunning 360 degrees views. We’ll pick ripe whortleberries along the way, and hear tales of local rogues, and understand why Laughter Tor is no laughing matter! This stunning walk is a new offering at the 'Something Wild Trail Running Festival' 2018 following the 10K runners route.
Dartmoor's Daughter is offering walks and coaching on this luxury ‘re-awakening’ spring retreat, organised by Nicky Clinch, Macrobiotic Nutritionist and Life Counsellor, Chef and Teacher. For more information visit nicklyclinch.com.
For this Spring, Luxury ‘Re-Awakening’ Retreat we will be focusing on clearing our energy to unlock the immense, abundant and precious creative life force that lies within each and every one of us. We will ‘Re-awaken’ the deepest parts of our self-expression so that we can feel more free to fully express ourselves in our life.
These 5 days are NOT TO BE MISSED!
Spent in incredible luxury at Puggiestone House right on Dartmoor, we will be able to lavish ourselves in some serious nourishment and care whilst working deeply on our transformation at the same time.
Dartmoor's Daughter creates transformational experiences to improve health, wellbeing and performance. Kick-start your new year’s healthy intentions with a beautiful walk on a route that will include a little-visited wild swimming spot (you will be sworn to secrecy!).
We are partnering with Something Wild to enrich the Something Wild Trail Running Festival with a special offer for non-runners: A guided walk along the beautiful half marathon course.
On Saturday, Sept 9th, the guided walk will start shortly after the half marathon trail race at 9.30am.
The route starts and ends at the festival site at Huccaby Farm, crossing the river at Dartmeet before climbing gradually to Sharp Tor and along Dr Blackalls Drive to New Bridge, from where you will enter Holne Woods. Next you will cross through Holne and return via Holne ridge to Coombstone Tor. You will still need your wits about you in the final furlong however, as another river crossing beckons, via the Huccaby stepping stones.