A preserved area in southwestern Great Britain, Dartmoor is made up of extensive stretches of moorland and is one of the prime locations in the whole country for rock climbing, hill walking, and extreme water sports like rafting and kayaking.
Called bouldering by the British, rock climbers have a smorgasbord of routes to choose from throughout the region. Some of the most popular include Bench Tor in Dart Valley and the many crags in the Haytor area, which sees the most tourists.
For hill walkers, there are enough routes to fill a guidebook, including routes to England's highest waterfall, Canonteign Falls. We've supplied a webpage with more information.
If that isn't enough, the best whitewater rafting and kayaking in the country can be had here. Most popular amongst enthusiasts is The Loop, a 4.8 km (3 mile) section of the Dart River made up of grade 2 and grade 3 rapids. You may choose a local adventure tour company or run the loop on your own, just take necessary precautions if doing so.