Passage Sculpture Whiddon Deer Park, Chagford, Dartmoor National Park

Passage Sculpture Whiddon Deer Park, Chagford, Dartmoor National Park

Follow the Two Moors Way from Chagford to the north border of Dartmoor National Park and you'll pass a number of exquisite sculptures by Peter Randall-Page. Just off the Two Moors Way, at the top of an avenue of beech trees in Whiddon Deer Park, is another work.

A giant ball of granite appears to have been cleaved apart to reveal metal veins within. We'd recommend viewing the work as part of a circular walk in Whiddon Deer Park. In addition to the sculpture, there are super views of Castle Drogo (National Trust), the Chagford area and the high moors to the west. In Spring, you'll see carpets of bluebells. With a bit of luck, you might also see a herd of deer.

We've positioned the Passage Sculpture Whiddon Deer Park on Google maps so zoom in on the 'Satellite' setting to see its location. To visit, head for Iron Bridge that spans the River Teign below Castle Drogo. Cross the bridge and use the granite steps to climb over the high park wall. Ahead, a track rises steeply through the trees to the avenue of beeches. The sculpture is at the top of this avenue on either side of an open gateway in a granite wall.

Further north, on the Two Moors Way, see Secret Place Sculpture and IIMW Sculpture.

West, on the Two Moors Way, see Granite Song Sculpture, River Teign.