Widecombe in the Moor to Drewsteignton (and a bit more)
Some months had passed since my previous leg of the Two Moors Way had ended in the dark.Since then a new job had lessened the opportunity for mid-week days out and a plan to beat the seasonal heat had been curtailed at short notice due to illness.So the troops (or three of us at least) reconvened on a June weekend not far shy of the longest day.
The Car Free Walks website is run as a 'labour of love'. We make no personal profit from it and are content merely with the warm glow of satisfaction when things go well and people tell us we do a good job.It also gives us an excuse to go out and explore the countryside and to buy lots of lovely paper maps to help us find our way when we get there
Each quarter we enter everyone who submits a car-free walk to our website into a prize draw to win some goodies.
To be entered for the draw, register here (if you haven't already), then click on submit a walk and follow the steps to add your route to the database.We will pick out the lucky winner in a draw at the end of each quarter and don't forget that you can submit as many walks as you like for more chances to win.