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Cross the magnificent moorlands of Dartmoor and Exmoor on the Two Moors Way – a Coast to Coast path suitable for both long-distance and day walkers.

The routeEat & Stay
EMBRACE THE PATH_
Cross the magnificent moorlands of Dartmoor and Exmoor on the Two Moors Way – a Coast to Coast path suitable for long-distance and day walkers.

The routeEat & Stay
EMBRACE THE PATH_
Cross the magnificent moorlands of Dartmoor and Exmoor on the Two Moors Way – a Coast to Coast path suitable for both long-distance and day walkers.

The routeEat & Stay
EMBRACE THE PATH_
Cross the magnificent moorlands of Dartmoor and Exmoor on the Two Moors Way – a Coast to Coast path suitable for both long-distance and day walkers.

The routeEat & Stay
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EXPERIENCE THE PATH

Two National Parks, two coasts, and over 100 miles of breathtaking countryside. Find out more

YOUR STORIES

Everyone has their own experience of the path and a story to tell. Find out more about other people’s experiences and share your own!

Read the stories

DO YOU HAVE A BUSINESS ON OR NEAR THE TWO MOORS WAY?
YOU CAN ADVERTISE ON OUR SITE!

See the route

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Routes to walk

We’ve split the route into smaller sections between settlements to help you plan your trip – as a series of short walks or a long-distance route.

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Interesting places to see

There’s lots to see on the route, from history and heritage to wildlife and a myriad of different landscapes. Find out more
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B&Bs, cafes, pubs, hotels & more​

If you’re looking for somewhere to stay or eat along the way we’ve compiled the perfect list for you. Find out more
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Latest news

TMW EVENTS

CANCELLED
BIG WALK 5
on 25 April 2020: Clannaborough to Witheridg (Mid Devon). New date TBC in due course.

We’ve added more items to the TMW SHOP! Guidebooks, passports, certificates, badges – and T-shirts now only £10!.

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Walking the route

Featured businesses

The Potting Shed

The Potting Shed is ideal for one/two people (double bed) to stay in complete compact comfort. Set within a private garden it offers open-plan kitchen/living area/bedroom, plus walk-in shower. Free wifi and bike storage. Packed lunch, pick-up service and luggage transfer available (book in advance). Well-behaved dogs welcome.
Village shop (80m), King’s Arms (60m) serving good pub food. Free parking nearby. Bus service. Five minutes from A30.

Kings Farm

Kings Farm offers luxury AA appointed 5 star bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of Exmoor National Park. It has an enviable position, being situated alongside the beautiful River Barle in Withypool, Exmoor’s most popular village. It is an idyllic secluded retreat, surrounded by vast mature gardens and farmland, offering peace and tranquillity.
We offer superfast complimentary Wifi, and can cater for most diets and provide packed lunches.

Higher Venton Farm Bed and Breakfast

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Higher Venton Farmhouse B&B on Dartmoor: a 16th-century thatched Devon longhouse nestling in the green, unspoilt countryside of Dartmoor National Park, just half a mile from the picturesque village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor.
We are a 130-acre farm providing traditional farmhouse Dartmoor B&B accommodation with good wholesome cooking, using fresh farm produce wherever possible.

Mitchelcroft B&B

Located at either the end or start of the Ivybridge to Scorriton section, Mitchelcroft offers 3 comfortable and quiet en-suite bedrooms. They all have their own outdoor relaxing areas overlooking a wild flower meadow with views across the Holy Brook valley and to Dartmoor.
WiFi, drying facilities, packed lunches, pick up and baggage transfer services are offered. The village centre and pub are just a five-minute walk away.

Along the route

ENHANCE YOUR TRIP

Top tips – all the frequently asked questions for both first-timers and experienced walkers.

SHOP TWO MOORS

Make the most of your trip with resources and merchandise available from our shop.

YOUR STORY

Share your story, tell us about your experience and encourage others to explore the route.