Ah, the Noss Mayo walk. This was my vary last walk before leaving Devon to head back home to London. My 40th walk in 2 a two month period, and…
Devon, located in South West England, has a bit of everything. From the rugged wild North Coast, to the calmer waters and endless beaches along the South Coast and English Riviera. Fossils, cliffs, colourful harbour towns, valleys, old mines and 2 National Park moorlands – Exmoor and Dartmoor.
nb. It shares Exmoor with Somerset.
Speaking of which, it shares a border with Cornwall to the south and Somerset and Dorset to the north east.
If 2 National Parks wasn’t enough, it has 5 AONB’s:
South Devon AONB
North Devon Coast AONB
East Devon AONB
Tamar Valley (shared with Cornwall)
Blackdown Hills AONB (shared with Somerset)
This is an easy walk that takes you along the old tramway and railway line from Princetown, to King’s Tor, and then two quarries, before returning back to Princetown. What…
I came about the Drakes Trail, sort of by accident, and I walked it out of desperation. Let me explain…. The day before, I had traveled 1 hour from Plymouth…
Wow. What a walk. I was absolutely blown away by this walk from Gunnislake to the Devon Great Consuls. Beautiful river, lush green dense forest, disused mines and lovely views…
This walk in Dartmoor takes you from Ivybridge, and up and over two hills, Western Beacon and Butterdon Hill, before finishing back along the Redlake Tramway. It’s a very easy…
I had already done a bit of a walk around Burrator Reservoir 2 days ago. But only bits of it. I was curious what the whole circular trail around it…