Tarka Trail - North Devon UK
North Devon UK 
≡  click to open/close categories here
Tarka Trail
3309458
 Click to go DIRECT to North Devon Links on this page 
Wikipedia - North Devon
North Devon Council
North Devon District Hospital
North Devon Gazette   E-Edition
Devon Live - North Devon
Visit Devon - North Devon
Devon Guide - North Devon
Devon and Cornwall Police
Devon County Council
North Devon UK Extras
SHOP LOCAL
North Devon & Torridge

Links to local businesses
----------
MANY WARNINGS
FOR HUMANITY
Fields Farm Shop Butchery Facebook      Videos
The World is really waking up now ..... Are You ?
UK Column News streamed live 1pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and is available on demand soon afterwards.
You've seen western TV and MSM
NOW see the TRUTH

How to watch RT News on Telegram » Telegram is a cloud-based mobile and desktop messaging app. »  TELEGRAM  Download Telegram for your device ( FAQ ) » Watch RT News in Telegram (or Preview Channel).
Probes launched into 75 foreign 'mercenaries' in Ukraine - Russia        UK to announce new Ukraine aid package of £300 million        Liz Truss's militant rhetoric is dangerously delusional        Here's what I found at the reported 'mass grave' near Mariupol        Putin promises 'lightning' response to strategic threats to Russia        Major batch of Western-supplied arms in Ukraine destroyed - Russia        UK support for attacks on Russian soil triggers response        Russia says it destroyed weapons delivered by US and EU to Ukraine        'EU−supplied' S-300 launchers obliterated − Russia        Why Russia's intervention in Ukraine is legal under international law        UK's Johnson in new weapons pledge        Russia accuses OSCE of 'spying' for Ukraine        Russia publishes data on foreign mercenaries in Ukraine        NATO Ukraine arms convoys legitimate targets − Russia        Russia claims mass surrender of Ukrainian marines        Highest cost of living predicted in the UK in nearly 70 years        Top Neo−Nazi commander killed in Ukraine − Russia
Stop World Control. What nobody told you about Ukraine - Mindblowing!
Shocking evidence of how the media worldwide is lying to humanity about what is really going on with Ukraine and Russia. A must see!
What a pleasure to meet awake people at a Stand In The Park. Such friendly and open conversation. Lots of people of all ages and backgrounds are visiting a local group and finding that they are not alone in being awake even though their family and friends are steadfastly asleep in believing the totalitarian lies and deceit. A lot are alone when they come but leave stronger and more happy that they have found new friends with whom they can talk freely to confirm that being awake is not so unusual.
join Stand In The Park
       SITP is now on Gettr
ALL UK & Ireland Groups
South West England Groups
join North Devon Group website
by flagpole Rock Park. Barnstaple.
EVERY SUNDAY
10am until whenever
The Light Paper
The Light Paper

The Only Paper
Telling The Truth
The Devon Insight

Nursing Home Residents Were Given Deadly Euthanasia Cocktails
Don't Vote for Conservatives if You Don't Support Net Zero
Grand Jury Trial - Covid Vaccine Crimes Against Humanity - Nuremberg 2.0.
The White Rose UK    A peaceful resistance group based in the UK.
Freedom Convoy 2022 - Final Press Release
Vaccination Is Big Business
Modern Christian Persecution: EU Wants to Ban Christian Terms Such as Christmas, Joseph, Mary
John O'Looney Narrowly Escapes With His Life From UK Hospital Dr. Sam Dube recounts the heroic rescue story of whistle blower John O'Looney from a hospital in the UK that refused to let him out.
Funeral Director John O'Looney: 'Under All Circumstances, Try to Avoid Going to Hospital'.

UK Pleads To Indict Russians In the Hague

  The Testimonies Project - the movie
  'Vaccine' Murder Charges
Accepted by Prosecutors
  Cops for Covid Truth
  Vaccinated collapsing a few 100 yards from vaccination centre
  Unvaccinated Are at Risk
From the Vaccinated
  Girls With
Common Sense
The Daily Expose
Category: Did You Know?
PANDEMIC OF THE VACCINATED
Murder in the Care Home - The pandemic response 4 years in the planning
Midazolam was used to end the lives of thousands who you were told had died of Covid-19 & an NHS document proves Staff were ordered to do it
Whitty ordered lethal doses
Surprise, Surprise - MP's and Scientific Advisors are heavily invested in Vaccine Industry
Leave our Kids alone - 27th update on adverse reactions to the Covid-19 Vaccines released
How many more children need to die?
Whitty approves Covid-19 vaccine to kids
Evidence C-19 Vaccines Are Killing Children
  BBC News Report conditioning the public
  Safe & Effective? Lies. Lies. Lies.
Dr Vernon Coleman.
More Evidence 'They' Want You Dead
More Evil from Big Pharma
You'll be Drinking Granny Soon!
How Many People Are the Vaccines Killing?
THE FULL, SCARY STORY OF AGENDA 21
Proof that Masks Do More Harm than Good
Final, Irrefutable Proof that the Covid-19 Pandemic Never Existed.
Fighting for Our Lives - We Must Unite.
 

 

The Tarka Trail
Over 30 miles of the Tarka Trail is available to cyclists and walkers between Braunton and Meeth, using the old railway routes of North Devon. Passing through the largely unspoilt countryside as it was described by Henry Williamson website in his classic novel 'Tarka the Otter' websitefirst published in 1927.
The Tarka Trail by Trailtrash   website

8 Youtube videos of the Tarka Trail
Bicycle Shops
Bike It  website Barnstaple
Bike Shed  website Barnstaple
Halfords  website Barnstaple
Planet Bike  website Barnstaple
Cycles Scuderia  website Bideford
South Fork Racing  website Braunton
Cycle Hire
Bideford Cycle Hire  website
Biketrail  website
Croyde Cycle Hire  website
Tarka Trail Cycle Hire  website
Torrington Cycle Hire  website
The North Devon Biosphere Tarka Trail  website
Shared use section between Braunton and Meeth  website
Guidance for users 
Code of Conduct for Tarka Trail users  website
Guidance for horse riders  website
Tarka Trail vegetation management  website

Tarka Audio Trail  website
Along the Tarka Trail are 21 "discovery posts" with information on the history and wildlife of the Trail and the places it passes through. Each post has a number on the top that relates to an audio clip where you can find out more. These clips have been recorded by people involved in the management and heritage of the trail including Northern Devon Coast & Countryside Service, The Environment Agency, North Devon Museums, The RSPB, Natural England and Butterfly Conservation. Download these clips to your MP3 player or phone and find out about some of the things that make the Tarka Trail a unique experience
Devon County Council  
Tarka Trail  website
Tarka Cycle Trail Braunton to Meeth  website
Bideford Railway Heritage Centre & Instow Signal Box   website
Bideford Railway Heritage Centre manages the Bideford station site and Instow signal box, both of which are on the former railway line from Barnstaple to Bideford in north Devon. The old railway line is now part of the popular Tarka Trail and so our two sites provide points of interest to cyclists and walkers alike, as well as to the more general visitor. In particular there are a visitor centre, interpretation centre and cafe at Bideford station.







 

Tarka Trail 
website
(from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
The Tarka Trail is a series of footpaths and cyclepaths around North Devon that follow the route taken by Tarka the Otter in the book of that name. It is a figure-of-eight route, based on Barnstaple, and covers some 31 miles (50 km) of path. The route covers a wide variety of landscapes, including: wooded river valleys, rugged moorland, coastal cliffs and sandy bays. Walking varies between easy and strenuous, depending on the location, but, in general, it is comprehensively waymarked.

The trails are now a popular tourist destination and bicycle hire businesses are available for those who wish to cycle along suitable sections of the trail. A section of the Trail is part of National Cycle Network route number 27 and forms part of the Devon Coast to Coast Cycle Route, a 102-mile (164 km) route from Ilfracombe, in the north, to Plymouth, in the south, largely using former railway lines.

Several sections of disused railway line have been utilised to create the trail. These have the benefit of being relatively flat, with only small uphill and downhill gradients. The paths also run across many former railway bridges, which command notable views over various rivers and valleys. A number of the stations on the route have been restored or rebuilt. Former railway sections include: Ilfracombe Branch Line-between Braunton and Barnstaple. Bideford Extension Railway-between Barnstaple and Bideford. North Devon Railway-between Bideford and Torrington

From Braunton, the path follows the western bank of the River Caen, which was straightened to become the Braunton Canal in the 1850s, before following the northern edge of Horsey Island, reclaimed from the estuary at the same time. The path then turns north along the eastern edge of Braunton Burrows, an extensive sand-dune system leased by the Ministry of Defence for army training.