Walking The Two Moors Way, Dartmoor, Exmoor and the Tarka Trail
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Walking the Moors while we take care of your Luggage Transfers
You can walk the Two Moors Way, Dartmoor, Exmoor , Tarka Trail, Coleridge Way and many other inland routes and we will transfer your Luggage for you making your walk as enjoyable and stress free as possible!
Devon has many beautiful walks available, some of the best being the breathtaking and dramatic landscapes of Dartmoor and Exmoor. Changing landscapes from lush green forests, wonderful river walks, open reservoirs and the open landscape of the moors is an experience not to be missed by those who enjoy the outdoors and walking. Thereafter your evenings can be spent in picturesque villages & towns scattered across the Devon moors where a friendly welcome awaits you.
If you cannot decide whether to holiday on Dartmoor, Exmoor or the coast, why not combine all three by walking the Two Moors Way which starts at Wembury on the South Devon coast and finishes in Lynton on the North Devon coastline? This walk is approximately 110 miles and can be achieved within one week.
Our baggage transfer service is easy to book by booking or requesting a quote using the Baggage Transfer Enquiry form. Alternatively please call us on +44(0)1326 567247.
Our prices start from £22 for a 2 bag transfer making this an affordable and cost effective service. However the cost reduces if there are a few of you walking together who can share the cost. The Moors transfers are priced slightly differently than the coastal ones as the drivers often need to go many miles out of their way to get from A to B where you can walk as the crow flies!
Price Promise for your Baggage Transfers on the Devon Moors
We are the cheapest luggage transfer specialists on the market and we will beat or price match any written quote from any other luggage transfer specialist.
The delights of the moors are vast and extensive. For more information we recommend you view the websites listed within Associated Information