General letterboxing discussion.

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Post by tracyclimber »

Hello, I'm starting boxing again after several years lapse. I have the Spring 2001 catalogue, but I was wondering if there is a list anywhere of tors that have boxes? If I'm walking in a particular area, the catolgue doesn't help as it does not list by tor or area.
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Re: Newbie

Post by Dartymoor »

Hi Tracy,

Unfortunately this site rarely gets visitors now - I keep it going mostly for the historical messages - so there's been no replies.

There is a nice article here; viewtopic.php?t=1501

And there's a very small community on Facebook covering letterboxing, but letterboxing is in decline and there's not many folk active now and it's very hard to get into as many boxes are word of mouth only

Geocaching is more accessible and (imo) just as good an excuse to get out on the moor, and many boxers also do that.

Good luck
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Re: Newbie

Post by trekkernod »

Although the Dartmoor Letterbox catalogue does not list letterboxes by 'tors', it does list them according the their grid reference. This list can be found at the back of the catalogue.
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