The Dart 10K run by The Outdoor Swimming Society was the first, and is arguably the finest, 10K swim on the open water calendar. It has grown from 200 swimmers, to 800 a day for two days. Taking place in September each year, the course of the Dart 10K is a unique journey starting in Totnes and punctuated by landmarks such as the Cormorant Tree, the white rock, Sharpham boat house and Bow Creek.
The swim ends on the Ham in Dittisham with food and entertainment. Deck chairs are available to admire the view and a bar and a range of food and other stalls are available all day for supporters.