Dewerstone

Dartmoor

Home of the demon Dewer, who continues to trick unsuspecting punters and throws them off the edge into the waiting jaws of his spectral hounds.

Crag information
Climbing Area: South West & Southern Rock Type: Granite
Importance: Regional CRoW Land: Yes
Ownership: Unknown No. of Routes: 109
Within National Park: Yes Year Developed: 1935
Grid Reference: SX539637

No access problems reported. The landowners (National Trust) have requested climbers do not abseil from the trees. Note - a large rockfall affected Climbers' Club Direct and caution is strongly advised if climbing or gearing-up in this area.

CRoW Information

On Open Access land. See map here; http://www.naturalengland.org.uk/ourwork/enjoying/places/openaccess/default.aspx

Area information

Part of the Dartmoor National Park is used by the MoD for training and live-firing exercises. It also offers a wealth of excellent hillwalking and numerous Tors, some of which still have the potential for new climbing development – especially wild bouldering. The Defence Estates endeavour to support public access (without compromising public safety and military training) and have produced a website with the important safety info and firing times. Follow this link http://www.dartmoor-ranges.co.uk/ for the Dartmoor training area homepage and links to detailed info.

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