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West Dart River

West Dart
River
Country England
County Devon
Source
 - location Lower White Tor
 - elevation 450 m (1,476 ft)
Mouth Dartmeet
 - elevation 210 m (689 ft)
Length 16.25 km (10 mi)
Upper reaches of the West Dart.

The West Dart River is one of the two main tributaries of the River Dart in Devon, England.

Its source is near Lower White Tor 1.5 km north of Rough Tor on Dartmoor. It flows south to Two Bridges, then south east past Hexworthy to meet the East Dart River at Dartmeet. Tributaries include the Cowsic River, the Blackbrook River, River Swincombe and the O Brook on the right bank, and the Cherry Brook on the left bank.

Near Two Bridges is the broadleaves Wistman's Woods, a "fascinating high-level woods that are quite unlike anywhere else".[1]

References

  1. ^ Gibbons, Bob (2003). Britain. Oxford University Press. p. 188.  


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