Rivers of Dartmoor

Here you’ll find my collection of blog posts, documenting the rivers that originate from within the boundary of the Dartmoor National Park

Moor Brook

Moor Brook

The Moor Brook flows for just under five kilometres from the open moor near Row Tor, meandering passed Okehampton Camp to the charming Halstock Cleave where it then tumbles over countless cascades before reaching its end at the confluence with the East Okement at West Cleave. This video documents the…

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Red-a-ven Brook

Red-a-ven Brook

The origins of Red-a-ven Brook can be found in a small mire nestled east of High Willhays, Dartmoor’s nighest point. Its course heads north between Yes Tor and West Mill Tor, dropping sharply through Redaven Dip, before turning west to meet the West Okement in the disused quarries below Meldon…

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