Best Dartmoor Prehistoric Sites, Dartmoor, Dartmoor National Park

Best Dartmoor Prehistoric Sites, Dartmoor, Dartmoor National Park

Stone Circles

Scorhill Stone Circle. Very popular stone circle on the moor above Chagford. Head for Batworthy Corner and walk across.

White Moor Stone Circle. Remote stone circle on the high north moor. The setting is stunning but it takes effort to visit.

Nine Maidens Stone Circle. Impressive circle near Belstone village on the edge of the north moor.

Stall Moor The Dancers Stone Circle. Circle at the southern end of what is said to be the longest stone row in the world.

Langstone Moor Stone Circle. Another remote circle in a stunning setting in the western section of the National Park.

The Grey Wethers Stone Circles. Double stone circle on the edge of Fernworthy Forest.


Stone Rows

Merrivale Stone Rows. Very easily accessible. Just off the B3357 near Merrivale.

Down Tor Stone Row (Hingston Hill Stone Row). Some think that this is the most impressive stone row on Dartmoor. Highly recommended along with Stalldown Stone Row.

Cosdon (The Cemetery) Stone Row. One of a small number of triple stone rows on Dartmoor. Comes with super views of the northern and north eastern sections of the National Park.

Hurston Ridge/Chagford Common Stone Row. Beautiful stone row just off the Two Moors Way on Chagford Common.

Stalldown Stone Row. Amazing stone row in an amazing location on Dartmoor's south moor.

Stall Moor Stone Row. Said to be the longest stone row in the world. Located in the heart of Dartmoor's south moor, Stall Moor Stone Row occupies a very remote location.


Standing Stones

Drizzle Combe Standing Stones. Standing stones and stone rows. The complex includes the tallest standing stone on Dartmoor.

Merrivale Standing Stone. Part of the Merrivale complex of prehistoric sites.

The Longstone Standing Stone (Langstone Moor). Near Langstone Moor Stone Circle on the western side of the National Park.

Beardown Man Standing Stone. Remote location. Awesome setting.



Grimspound (English Heritage). One of the most visited prehistoric sites on Dartmoor.