Dartmoor’s Daughter creates nature-connection walks and experiences to enhance health, wellbeing and performance. Awarded a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, we offer enjoyment, learning, and adventure through immersive Dartmoor experiences.
*PRIVATE – Book a private guide or facilitator for you, your group, family, retreat, or team and enjoy a unique experience tailor-made to your interests, abilities, occasion, and timescale. Email us for more information: [email protected]
*PUBLIC – Join us on a scheduled walk or activity. We offer a variety of themes for adults or families and children including myths and legends, history and archaeology, flora and fauna, navigation training, sacred sites, dowsing, nature treasure hunts, letterboxing, art, seasonal wild food foraging, mindfulness, astronomy, and more. Click here to view our walks and to book.
*TALKS – Expert speaker/presenter available on a range of inspiring topics, find out more here.
‘I visited Dartmoor and as part of a wider work film project and took a short walk with Emma who runs Dartmoor’s Daughter. She really knows the area and where to go to see the remains of hamlets, stone circles and natural geological formations that are part fo the area. The scenery is stunning, whatever the weather and she is able to tell you about history, folklore, flora and the fauna of the area. She knows the Tors, the rivers and the place names of the area she shows you plus details of their history, purpose and general knowledge. Atop this she is a really friendly, outgoing, smiley and positive person, keen for you to get the most out of the walk and to share her love of this beautiful area. She’s passionate about her work and sharing that with her guests. Do have a chat to her about what experience is best for you and your group and she will do everything to make it as good for you as possible. Gentle, relaxing, invigorating and spiritual. Highly recommended.’ Bob A
Emma’s maternal family has loved and lived on Dartmoor for generations. Her ‘Granny Val’ introduced her first husband Eric Hemery to Dartmoor in the 1940s where he subsequently set up and offered guided walks and pony treks helped by her mother Sally. He later published several well regarded books including ‘High Dartmoor – Land and People’. With a foreward by HRH Prince Charles, this tome is described as ‘the bible for anyone who has the spirit of Dartmoor’.
She is a qualified Hill & Moorland Leader with accompanying Outdoor First Aid certificate. Her previous 20 years corporate career in Europe, America and Asia, ensures a professionalism in managing and facilitating different client groups and cultures as well as experience in organising events, leading teams, and presentation skills.
We look forward to having you join us soon!