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A friend took me here without telling me & it was breathtaking. You walk down a very unassuming dirt track. It’s all just shrubs. No colour & just a few small bushes. About a 30-40 min walk & turn a corner & there is this...More
I've been on different walks involving Foggintor Quarry, suitable for those on a more leisurely walk (good path most the way from Princetown) or those looking for a bit more adventure (lots of climbing and other Tors in the area). The quarry is always stunning...More
I recently went here with 9 family members, from 6 to 60 years old. We all thought it was a beautiful spot & stopped for lunch by the water. You need to be careful as it’s very rocky, & a bit of clambering over rocks...More
Great place to visit, quite eerie peaceful and quiet. It's only a former quarry but has an atmosphere all of its own. Plenty of industrial archeology to wander around including an old church. You can only imagine what it must have been like to work...More
The Quarry is found at the end of a long reasonably level ex.railway track with parking for a few cars at the roadside layby. Entry isn't easy and does require care. This extensive quarry is very large with a single, fairly convoluted path leading around...More
This is in a very historical part of Dartmoor, just a short distance from the main road, no open to public vehicles, and has recently been home to some nesting raptors, not a lot to see, a deep water filled quarry, could be dangerous to...More