REMINDER – walk up the East Okement River, near Okehampton 17th June

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REMINDER –  Our walk up the East Okement River, near Okehampton is this Saturday 17th June. The walk starts at 10.30am at the Okehampton Railway Station car park  or be there at 9.30am if you’d like breakfast first.Bring a picnic for lunch as well if you like.

This is a walk for adults only, Free to DD members. Guests and members of other Dowsing groups – £3.

We will walk up the East Okement River valley, up part of the Tarka Trail and through West Cleave, a beautiful wooded area where there are waterfalls, and where we can commune with Nature Spirits and tree dowse. From West Cleave you can return to the station which will be a 3 mile walk in total.

If you would like to walk 6 miles in total, then the walk will continue to the Nine Maidens at Belstone Tor and return via the Tarka trail back down the Okement valley to the station.The Railway Station café has refreshments and toilets.

Please wear suitable footwear as it can be muddy.

The Admin Team

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