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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.

Find out more

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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

TEMPORARY PATH CLOSURE
Short section on Stage 6 between Prestons and Whelmstone Cross 9 April–9 October 2021. Diversion necessary via lanes west of Colebrooke.

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

South View Guest House

South View Guest House

Friendly B&B run by husband and wife. Visit England 4-star rated with Silver Award.
Wifi, drying facilities, packed lunches on request. Situated on Lee Road in the heart of Lynton, close to local shops and dineries.
Photo above shows The Foreland from Lynton churchyard.

The Jubilee Inn

The Jubilee Inn

Welcome to the comfortable and newly refurbished Jubilee Inn, the infamous haunt of Terry Thomas back in the 1960s.
A convenient and well-loved ‘stop-and-stay’ for walkers and trail riders. Relax in surprisingly luxurious en-suite guest rooms (6, including 1 single) and enjoy our fine dining and/or casual restaurants: a little treat along the way. Dogs: charge/certain room availability only.

Knowstonebnb

Knowstonebnb

Kim and John would like to welcome you to their 16th-century thatched cottage B&B in the beautiful village of Knowstone. We offer two attractive double rooms (one en suite) with a full breakfast included. Dietary requirements catered for. We are situated 100 yards from the Masons Arms, an award-winning village pub and Michelin star restaurant.

Single room rates for walkers. Wifi. Dogs welcome by prior arrangement and packed lunches can be provided.

Staghunters Inn

Nestling on the banks of the East Lyn river in the beautiful Brendon valley. Friendly, family-run inn with riverside garden and large car park. En suite accommodation with river or garden view. Home-made meals served lunchtimes and evenings, Sunday roasts.
B&B or DB&B available. Dogs welcome, wifi, packed lunches (on request), drying room.

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.