Pricha two
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Princetown and Chagford.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Princetown and Chagford.

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This route has been reviewed by 2 people.

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Is this route good enough? -  Yes (1) No (1)

Problems reported -  Safety (1)

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Grid Ref SX5903573492
Lat / Lon 50.54415° / -3.99089°
Easting / Northing 259,035E / 73,492N
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Grid Ref SX7006287542
Lat / Lon 50.67299° / -3.84026°
Easting / Northing 270,062E / 87,542N
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Pricha Two's land is

Moors 28.5%
Natural grass 23.6%
Other agricultural land 0.1%
Pasture 30.1%
Urban 2.4%
Woods 15.3%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Steven Pinkham

13 Aug 2023 Summer

From Princetown to Bellever Tor its a really nice, open & easy walk. Bellever Tor has to be my favorite Tor so far on the journey, able to stand in the clouds with views all around for miles.
From there it's fairly simple although in the later forests, around Fernworthy, there's a lot of deforestation so all the maps are a bit inaccurate in the size of the forests. But once you make it to Chagford it's a beautiful little town with a great camping shop for getting any new supplies.

Richard Wetenhall

25 Jun 2023 Summer

This is a lovely route to walk, with a couple of caveats. It is remote and quite rugged in parts, and some of the views are stunning.

Caveats - do take the stretch to Hexworthy and don’t get tempted to take the short path to Postbridge. The short route is all along the main road and it’s no fun.

Second, the path from Postbridge to Chagford via the reservoir is poorly marked on the slow ways maps. The first 2-3 miles are fine but it’s then very hard to find the path and we ended up trying to navigate through the bog at the head of the river there. If you’re doing this, stay left of the marsh grass areas but keep the river on your left all the way until you’re climbing the bank at about 4 miles out from Postbridge. Note to Slow Ways - the mapping here is simply not good enough and can lead people right into dangerous ground particularly if it’s been wet.

After the bank, pick up the path as marked on Slow Ways and it leads to a couple of neolithic circles. Just after this the Slow Ways path goes straight on, but really the better path is to the right and into the forest above the reservoir. It’s cutting the corner but worth it.

All in all, this is a lovely but quite tough route that needs some improvements in marking before it can be rated top notch.

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