Lydford Gorge on the edge of Dartmoor National Park was an absolute gem when we visited a couple of months ago. An easy circular hike that featured foot bridges, waterfalls from the towering White Lady Waterfall to much smaller ones. Sections of board walk, tunnels, fish and so much moss and ferns. If you’re near Dartmoor, I’d highly recommend it. I’ve put together a video of my hike, if you choose to watch it, I hope you enjoy it. Would love to know your recommendations of walks through gorges as I loved this one so much!
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