North Devon UK - Walks


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Marwood Hill Gardens   website
Marwood Hill Gardens 20 acres of beautiful gardens and three lakes in a valley setting with Plant Centre and Garden Tea Room. Marwood Hill is open daily from 9.30 - 5.30 (closed Christmas Day). The Plant Centre and Garden Tea Room are open March - October

BBC Devon Walks   website
Hartland   website
Westward Ho!   website
Lorna Doone country   website
The Two Moors Way: coast to coast   website

Chulmleigh Walks   website

Combe Walks Self-Guided Walks   website
Self-Guided Walks in North Devon and Exmoor

Copingers Cottage   website

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Croyde Cycle  
Maps and information for walking and cycling in North Devon

Arlington - near Barnstaple   website
Bampfield Farm - near Goodleigh   website
Borough Farm - near Barnstaple   website
Bradford Manor Farm - near Holsworthy   website
Brockenbarrow Farm - near Parracombe   website
Buckpitt and Hayne Farms - near Hatherleigh   website
Challacome Common - near Parracombe   website
Chapel Hill - near Braunton   website
Cheristow Farm - near Hartland   website
Coham - near Hatherleigh   website
Crooked Oak - near South Molton   website
Damage Barton - near Barnstaple   website
Dart Raffe A - near Witheridge   website
Dart Raffe B - near Witheridge   website
Dart Raffe C - near Witheridge   website
Dennington Hill - near Swimbridge   website
East Combe Farm - near Bampton   website
East Hole - near Holsworthy   website
Hartland Abbey - near Hartland   website
Higher Ash Town Farm - near Rose Ash   website
Higher Westland Farm, Kentisbury   website
Hole Brook - near Hatherleigh   website
Horsey Island - near Braunton   website
Indicknowle - near Combe Martin   website
Kingsnympton Park - near South Molton   website
Land at Woolacombe Down   website
Little Dart Raffe - near Witheridge   website
Lower Brownsham Farm - near Hartland   website
Lower Viveham - near Barnstaple   website
Luttrell Farm - near Bampton   website
Maddox Down - near Barnstaple   website
Middle Spreacombe - near Braunton   website
Milford Farm - near Hartland   website
Plaistow Bunglow - near Barnstaple   website
Rectory Fields - near Combe Martin   website
Simpson Barton - near Holsworthy   website
South Stroxworthy Barton - near Bideford   website
Speccott Barton - near Great Torrington   website
Tordown Farm - near Swimbridge   website
West Ashford Barton - near Barnstaple   website

Country Ways - Walking in North Devon   website

Devon Calling -
Walk at Hartland Quay  
Walk part of the Tarka Trail at Eggesford   website

Eggesford Gardens   website
Garden Centre, Shop and Restaurant.
Set in the heart of the mid-Devon countryside, Eggesford Garden and Country Centre is a great place to visit - even if you are not a keen gardener. As well as a superb stock of plants, garden tools and sundries, we also have a wide range of gifts, country clothing and pet supplies. The Gardens Restaurant serves a great choice of hot and cold meals, snacks and beverages. Eggesford Garden Centre is a good starting point if you are planning a walk in the area as we are on the edge of the Eggesford Forest and the Tarka Trail. We have plenty of car-parking and, best of all for the weary walker, refreshments in the Garden Restaurant.

Exmoor National Park - Walking   website
Exmoor National Park - Guided Walks   website


Walks with Video
Hunters Inn and Woody Bay - 6 miles   website
Porlock Weir & Bossington - 6 miles   website
Cow Castle & Picked Stones - 7.5 miles   website
Simonsbath to Prayway - 3.5 miles   website
The Doone Valley walk - 8 miles   website
Rockford & Brendon Common - 6 miles   website
Ilfracombe to Hele Bay - 3 miles   website
Valley of Rocks - 2.5 miles   website
Croyde to Saunton - 3 miles   website
Hunters Inn to Trentishoe - 3 miles   website
Lynmouth to Hillsford - 7.5 miles   website
Bull and Morte Points - 5 miles   website
Challacombe Church - 2.5 miles   website
Winsford to Bridgetown - 5 miles   website
Great Hangman - 6 miles   website
Tarr Steps to Withypool - 8 miles   website
Dulverton to Brushford - 5 miles   website
Exford to Room Hill - 7 miles   website
The Prehistoric Chains - 6 miles   website
Dulverton to Marsh Bridge - 3.5 miles   website

  Explore Braunton   website
Explore Braunton Downloadable Walks Leaflets   website
Assault Training Center. D-Day WWII

Five rewarding walks around Lee   website

Hartland Peninsula
Brownsham Walk Video   website
This wonderful walk takes you through beautiful Brownsham Woods to Windbury Hillfort and along the coast to dramatic Blackchurch Rock.
Elmscott Walk Video   website
This walk takes you through glorious woodland to the spectacular Speke's Mill waterfall.

The Hunters Inn, Heddon Valley   website
The Hunters Inn Heddon Valley Situated in the rolling hills of the beautiful Exmoor National Park, The Hunters Inn is bursting with heritage and character. Our traditional country inn boasts top quality bed & breakfast accommodation, traditional home cooked dining in our Exmoor Restaurant & Bar, as well as 4 acres of enchanting gardens and countryside walks for you to explore. With 2 licensed ceremony rooms and close to a number of traditional churches, you"ll be hard beat to find a more idyllic and perfectly situated venue for holding your dream country wedding.

Lorna Doone country   website
A moderate three hour, 6 mile walk

Lynton & Lynmouth Walkers are Welcome   website
Located on the stunning North Devon coast and surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of Exmoor National Park, it's easy to see the appeal of Lynton & Lynmouth as a top walking holiday destination

Martin Hesps Westcountry Walks   website

North Devon
North Cornwall

Plantwalk   website
Plantwalk offers guided nature walks in the North Devon AONB. It aims to promote enthusiasm for local wildlife and to re-kindle an important association with wild plants in particular.

Public Rights of Way   website
Devon County Council

South West Coast Path

Stephen and Lucy's Website   website
A lot of walking in lots of places. Magnificent photos
South West Coast Path 10-13 April 2009
Minehead to Porlock 10 April 2009 website
Porlock to Lynton 11 April 2009 website
Lynton to Combe Martin 12 April 2009 website
Combe Martin to Woolacombe 13 April 2009 website
South West Coast Path 6-9 April 2012
Woolacombe to Braunton 6 April 2012 website
Braunton to Westward Ho! 7 April 2012 website
Westward Ho! to Clovelly 8 April 2012 website
Clovelly to Hartland Quay 9 April 2012 website

Tarka Trail - Walks using Public Transport   website

The Devon Wildlife Trust (DWT)   website
Concerned with all aspects of wildlife conservation in the county
    Barnstaple and District Local Group   website

The North Devon Ramblers   website
The North Devon Ramblers are a group within the National Ramblers Association. They walk every other weekend and sometimes through the week and have social events and away weekends throughout the year

Devon County Council   website
BBC Devon Online   website

Hartland Point - a North Devon walk   website
Croyde Putsborough Baggy Point Circular   website
Walks in Devon   website
Watersmeet & Foreland Point, Exmoor   website

Walks in Devon   website

Way2Go4 Walking Holidays   website
Guided & Self Guided Walking Holidays on the North Devon and Cornwall Border with the emphasis on having fun, our walking holidays are aimed at those who enjoy relaxed walking, stopping to take in new sights and find out about the surroundings.

West Country Walks   website
organise self-guided walking and hiking

Whats On Exmoor - Walking on Exmoor   website

Walking for Health website
It aims to get more people walking in their own communities, especially those who take little exercise or live in areas of poor health. The WHI website is for everyone with an interest in walking for health. It offers information, support and encouragement to complete beginners, existing walkers and health and leisure professionals.
        Torridge Walk & Talk website
        Holsworthy Walk & Talk website
        South Molton Striders website
        Tiverton Walk & Talk website

Watersmeet Walk Lynmouth
A geat walk up the River Lyn to Watersmeet then back through the woods on the Two Moors Way to Lynmouth

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