Langcombe Brook

Above: Looking down the Langcombe Brook Valley. This Brook has certainly been the site of many a bronze-age activity as no less than 10 cists are to be found above its banks.

Reference: Tim Sandles, Legendary Dartmoor, Gazetteer.

Langcombe Head (North)

Notes: This appears to be the true head of Langcombe Brook despite being slightly shorter than its neighbouring tributary – or is it the other way around? I got about as close as I could, but given the dry weather we’ve been having it may issue further up.

Reference: OS Maps