What Is It?
Gorge scrambling also known as gorge walking is a white water activity where you explore up or down a steep gorge making use of the natural features such as slides, sumps, caves, boulders and jumps.
Gorge Scrambling Dartmoor
Dartmoor is covered in wild rivers and gorges. we have put together some excellent routes for you to choose from.
Adventure Gorge - Okehampton
Located on the outskirts of Okehampton this gorge is our most popular choice and for good reason. We start off with a short abseil into the river and then make our way downstream, sliding, bouldering and we finish with a 4m jump.
Mission Gorge - Okehampton
Located in the depths of Dartmoor, this is one of the steepest gorges on the moor - its a 40 min hike in from the car park. If you like a challenge and want to experience the wilder parts of the moor then this is a good choice. More of an exploration/journey with only a few slides but well worth the effort.
Jungle Gorge - Chagford
Located in the middle of Dartmoor this trip is more about exploration than slides and jumps. A 25 min hike through the woods and crawl through the undergrowth to find this hidden gem of a gorge.
Slide and scramble through the mystical Dewerstone woods. Easily accessible from Plymouth and Tavistock. This trip has lots of boulders to explore around, slides and crawl throughs.
Gorge Scrambling For Schools
Gorging is the ideal activity for both Primary and secondary school children. It’s exciting, fun and adventurous. On a serious note it also promotes team work, brakes down barriers, puts the students in a new exciting environment and involves physical activity. Perfect for ages 8+