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Rocks. Dartmoor. Devon. England

Dartmoor, Devon, is a wild, largely treeless expanse of moorland of 950 sq kms/370 sq miles. It is a National Park. The moor is a great dome of granite 310 million years old, capped with exposed granite outcrops known as 'Tors'. Dartmoor has more rainfall than the already copious amounts that fall in this part of England. Large areas of trackless bogland have given rise to myths and legends and, most famously, the Sherlock Holmes adventure 'The Hound of The Baskervlles'.