Soak up the tranquillity of this wonderfully rural part of Mid Devon while blowing away the cobwebs on this extended circular walk
Discover a lesser known part of Exeter on a walk around this local nature reserve to enjoy relaxation, an abundance of wildlife plus views across the city and beyond to Woodbury Common
This East Devon route has everything you could want from a countryside walk – riverside relaxation, enchanting woodland, far-stretching hilltop views and quaint thatched cottages.
Walk along the ancient tracks on East Devon’s Pebblebed Heaths and discover an area that was once densely populated during the Stone Age.
Explore the ancient remains or defensive ramparts and evidence of Neolithic settlements at the finest prehistoric hillfort in Devon.
Journey through time across the ancient Pebblebed Heaths before descending through rolling meadows and more rugged heathland towards a tranquil pond teeming with wildlife and the sound of spring in full bloom.
Transport yourself back in time to a more rural Devon countryside as you pass through open meadows, small sections of woodlands and discover one of the South West’s last remaining watermills.
Enjoy this scenic circular walk stopping off at multiple bird hides along the Exe Estuary.
Work your way out of this quaint village traversing the rolling hills of the Exe Valley, pockets of enchanted woodland and finishing off at a cosy pub.
Enjoy dense woodland and wide open hay meadows on this circular walk in the River Lemon Valley.
Take in spectacular views of Hay Tor and North Devon on a choice of a circular or figure of eight walk on the edge of Dartmoor.
Make your way along the Fisherman’s Path to see the salmon leap on this moderate walk near Castle Drogo.
Discover the disused 19th century railway line from Feniton to Sidmouth before taking in dramatic views of East Devon and the Sidmouth coastline from Fire Beacon Hill.
Take in dramatic cliff top views over Sidmouth and Branscombe on this short circular walk near the Norman Lockyer Observatory.
Discover giant redwoods, darting deer and carpets of bluebells on a number of routes through this National Trust owned forest.
Indulge yourself in peaceful woodland, marshland and beautiful lakes on this family-friendly circular route.
Take a stroll along Topsham’s riverside path taking in 17th century buildings and fascinating wildlife, says One Magazine’s Jake Tucker