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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Devon

'Our events diary is packed with guided walks, fun days out, and ways to explore nature. Visit our routes and places to see pages for ideas, shown on clickable maps ...'


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Category Devon

Details of six Walks around and about the Footpaths of the Parish, with two downloadable PDF Maps.


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Category East Devon

Seven circular walks described - each taking between one and two hours: 'The Parish has five villages within its boundaries, Yelverton, Clearbrook, Crapstone, Milton Combe and of course Buckland Mo ...
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Category West Devon

Each of the Walks is about 5 miles: [1] Meavy to Dewerstone Rock Circuit - - - : [2] Meavy to Ringmoor Down Circuit - - - : [3] Cadover to Dewerstone Circuit - - - : [4] Norsworthy Bridge Circuit...
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Category West Devon

'Below the castle you can follow the winding paths into the sheltered Teign Valley. Explore this ancient gorge, teeming with wildlife as you follow the trails along the river.'


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Category West Devon

'We are a very active group of around 100 members, with walks or weekends away every week, throughout the year - plus social activities during the week. If you're looking for a lively group of peop ...
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Category Devon

'Clara's Story is a fun and interesting way to experience some of Ashburton's rich histo ...
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Category Teignbridge

[1] Dartmouth Town Trail (1.2 ml) ... [2] Dartmouth Town to Dartmouth Castle Circular Walk (3.4 ml) ... [3] Start Point Lighthouse (1.2 ml) ... [4] Blackpool Sands (3.4 ml) ... [5] Dartmouth to Gre ...
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Category South Hams

The details are: [1] Doddiscombsleigh Circular Village Walk or "Round the Block" to the NoBody Inn - - - : [2] Circular Walk from the NoBody Inn at Doddiscombsleigh to the Manor Inn at Ashton (Know ...
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Category Teignbridge

'Geoparks aim to protect geo-diversity and to promote geological heritage to the general public as well as to support sustainable economic development of the area, primarily through the de ...
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Category Torbay

'Surrounding the city are five Valley parks, offering a wide choice of leisurely walks, places to relax, fine views and plenty of wildlife. Exeter is located close to two National Parks, the closes ...
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Category Exeter

'Most weekends we organise day and half day walks, which can be on coastal footpaths, riverside or moorland, often finishing the day at a tea room or pub. Most walks start within easy reach of Exet ...
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Category Exeter

'We organise guided walks every Sunday and on some weekdays throughout the year. See our current programme for more details. We regularly walk on Dartmoor and Exmoor, the South West coastal path an ...
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Category Exeter

'There are six Valley Parks framing the city which are now looked after for people and nature by Devon Wildlife Trust, following their transfer from Exeter City Council to DWT in May 2019 ...
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Category Exeter

'The Cemetery is valued by Plymothians, not only as a place of burial and remembrance, steeped in history, but also as a haven of peace, tranquillity and quiet recreation. Here it is possible to co ...
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Category Plymouth

[1] Butterfly Trail - - - : [2] Discovery Trail - - - : [3] Mamhead Trail - - - : [4] Raptor Trail - - - : [5] Tree Trail - - - : [6] Challenge Trail


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Category Teignbridge

'The entire Hartland Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The spectacular Atlantic coastline is complemented by hanging valleys, tumbling waterfalls, ancient woodlands and flowers, a ...
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Category Torridge

'... From the dramatic and rugged coastline and open moors to secluded river valleys and wooded cleaves, it's amazing to find such a rich and varied landscape within this small, yet outstandingly b ...
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Category North Devon

'We are a friendly and welcoming group of people. Every Sunday, we offer a strenuous walk of generally ten to fifteen miles, often over the rough and rugged terrain of Read More...

Category Devon

Join Us for £3  'That's not £3 per walk, or £3 per month, but £3 for a full calendar year. Anyone joining in November or December will be given membership to the end of the following year ...
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Category Teignbridge

'We walk regularly on Sundays, Wednesdays and in the Summer on Thursday evenings. There are often two walks on Sundays and Wednesdays one being up to 10 miles and the other a longer or more strenuo ...
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Category Plymouth

'Nestled within encircling woodlands, it's a garden whose varied character reflects the history of the site ... Bisected by the A3124 the garden remains two very distinct areas. On one side is the ...
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Category Torridge

'With such a lot to choose from you might like the help of our Tree Trails, designed to help you appreciate the trees in this wonderful landscape.'


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Category East Devon

'South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is one of a family of protected landscapes in the UK. With the guidance of a Partnership Committee, the AONB Team work to enhance Sou ...
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Category South Hams

'Our downloadable leaflets tell you all you need to know to select a leisurely stroll, an active cycle or a challenging hike. If we find it necessary to close a section of path for maintenance, the ...
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Category Devon

'Walks start from the Talaton Inn, are of variable distance and use Public Rights of Way and some small roads. Generous times are allocated to each walk so potter along and remember to look around ...
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Category East Devon

'Pull on your walking boots – there are some great places to explore throughout the Tamar Valley, whatever your ability or interests ... It's beautiful. It's natural. It's outstanding. Let ...
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Category East Cornwall

'Don't be put off by a stereotypical view of a Rambler - we are a mixed bunch and quite friendly ...  Since 1987, the Teignmouth and Dawlish Group of the Ramblers Association has been orga ...
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Category Teignbridge

'Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust exists because Torbay has an outstanding natural environment and heritage that needs special care and attention. We are the stewards of the most importa ...
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Category Torbay

'Walks are arranged to places of scenic and historical interest on Dartmoor, the surrounding countryside and coastal areas. Walks are offered on Sundays and some Wednesdays. We also walk on Friday ...
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Category Torbay

'We have been promoting Dartmoor and supporting local businesses for more than 30 years as the Dartmoor Tourist Association. In March 2008, we joined forces with West Devon Borough Council ...
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Category Devon

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Category North Devon

'The Heart of Devon Tourism Partnership is the Official Area Tourism Partnership and local membership organisation for the areas of East Devon, Exeter, Mid Devon and parts of South Devon a ...
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Category Devon

Download PDFs of about two dozen walks around and about West Devon.


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Category West Devon

[1] A small circular walk (locally known as the Island) about 1.5 miles, also crossed by footpaths - - - : [2] Further afield, about 3-4 miles across footpaths and lanes - - - : [3] Now out into th ...
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Category North Devon

'One of the links is provided by the valley of the River Otter. This rises in the Blackdown Hills, on the Devon-Somerset border, and in its lower lengths it forms a distinctive landscape f ...
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Category East Devon

'Dartmoor For All (DFA) has been formed to address the wide range of issues involving access in the Dartmoor area. All the members of the group are volunteers, many are disabled themselves ...
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Category Devon

'The Avocet Line is a busy, thriving and much-loved railway that runs the 9.5 miles along the eastern side of Devon's Exe Estuary from the city of Exeter to the seaside resort of Exmouth. ...
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Category East Devon

'To enhance the information on this estuary self-guided walking trail, we have recorded audio descriptions about the hidden and past world within the estuary.'


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Category South Hams

'We are a couple of enthusiastic walkers who have spent many a long hour walking on Dartmoor and in doing so have built up a modest album of photos. Many of these are of the various crosses on and ...
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Category West Devon

Download GPX Tracks of three Walks, respectively, of 3.3 miles; 2.5 miles, 5.1 miles.


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Category Mid Devon

'There is not a public right of way over the whole route but short deviations enable the walk to be completed. This applies especially to the east of the moor. It will be necessary to check times o ...
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Category West Devon

'My wife and I are lucky enough to live on the edge of Dartmoor in a lovely location that enjoys wonderful views across the moor, so one day we decided we would set ourselves a challenge of visitin ...
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Category Devon

'On a sunny summer's day, the going can be easy with superb views to be had. In winter, the moor is often unforgiving and harsh and just a little bit dangerous. Map and compass skills are important ...
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Category Devon

Passes through: Bovey Tracey, Moretonhampstead, Chagford, Okehampton, Lydford, Tavistock, Ivybridge.


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Category Teignbridge

'This trail includes a very steep climb up Clarence Hill. All of the route is even surfaced pavements or roads.'


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Category South Hams

'The County Council was one of the first fifteen Highway Authorities to participate in this scheme, which encourages community involvement and enjoyment of public rights of way. Devon County Co ...
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Category Devon

'You can zoom in and out at various scales by following the instructions displayed underneath the Map, and by using the Legend and Layer buttons in the righthand panel you can see all Public Rights ...
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Category Devon

'The Heritage Trail is way-marked by over 70 numbered and themed Devonport Plaques ... The way- marked route follows public highways and byways and involves walking alongside and crossing several b ...
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Category Plymouth

'The walks on this website are not meant to give detailed route descriptions (though a link to a Google map of each walk is included) but are more of a guide through the mystery, legend and history ...
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Category Devon

'New sections of Drake’s Trail include iconic features such as Gem Bridge, replacing an older viaduct, and Grenofen Tunnel. The Trail also includes the long-established Plym Valley Trail, and creat ...
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Category West Devon

'The route is presented from west to east in six stages and is waymarked throughout, providing an easy follow trail.'


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Category East Devon

'Train access to Plymouth; buses to both ends of the route as well as intermediate villages; there is a regular bus service running parallel to the Trail.'


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Category South Hams

'The Trail was completed on the eastern side of the Estuary between Exeter and Exmouth, when the Clyst Bridge, between Topsham and Ebford, was opened in November 2013 ... The Western side of the Tr ...
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Category Teignbridge

'The majority of the route follows footpaths and quiet country lanes where there is little traffic but there are brief stretches of busy roads in Exeter and Tiverton.'


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Category Teignbridge

'The walk is made up of the following five sections: [1] The Alphin Brook Walk (about three miles) - - - : [2] The Hoopern Valley Walk (a little over two miles) - - - : [3] The Ludwell Valley Walk ...
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Category Exeter

Exeter Ship Canal Walk 1 - Canal Basin to Double Locks Pub - - - : Walk 2 - Double Locks Pub to Topsham Lock Keepers Cottage - - - : Walk 3 - Lock Keepers Cottage to Turf Hotel.


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Category Exeter

'The University of Exeter's Streatham Campus with its arboretum, ponds and gardens is widely acknowledged as one of the most beautiful in the country. There are over 30 sculptures situated in this ...
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Category Exeter

Download from the Website PDFs of Six Walks (with or outwith images): [1] Barnstaple to Braunton Railway Trail - - - : [2] Beacon Trail - - - : [3] Crow Point Trail - - - : [4] Georgeham Trail - - ...
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Category North Devon

'Extending for eleven and a quarter miles, the Country Park provides a wonderful location to enjoy a peaceful walk or cycle ride along the towpath; experience a ride onboard the much-loved horse-dr ...
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Category Mid Devon

'The walk is circular, so can be joined anywhere. If using public transport a good starting point is Churston Station, which is served by a frequent bus service and also by the Paignton and Dar ...
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Category Torbay

'... It was launched in March 2006 in memory of John Musgrave, former chairman of the South Devon Group of the Ramblers' Association, whose generous legacy to the group on his death in 2003 has bee ...
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Category Torbay

'Westward Ho! is on the western edge of the town of Northam, itself a couple of miles north of Bideford. It sits between the vast open area of Northam Burrows, situated where the Taw and T ...
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Category Torridge

Access to details of Footpaths around and about the village, PDF downloadable brochures of six walks, as well as information about the village areas owned by the National Trust.


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Category South Hams

'A series of 13 bronze plaques have been installed along a section of the Laira shore to provide a heritage trail. There are three Trail plaques to be found either side of Laira Bridge. The main se ...
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Category Plymouth

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