The Dartmoor National Park Authority has created a series of audio downloads so those who like to go walking
there can enjoy being guided when there is nobody else around.
Visitors can try out four walks this way, each being a circular route of around 10 km.
Bellever features the landscape and information about the wild ponies on the moor, Haytor offers details on the cultural heritage of the area, Postrbrigde mixed industrial history with a waterfall and Princetown focuses on archaeology old and new - from bronze age cairns to a former railway line.
And there will be background music to the commentaries supplied by a local folk musician.
Those who fancy a guided walk led by a park ranger may want to try an event like the five-hour trek round Venford Reservoir on April 10th, which visits bronze age tombs and disused tin mines as well as the granite tors the area is famous for.