Walking Holidays In Devon
Walking Holidays In Devon
Devon Walking Holidays Interactive Map
Our Devon Walking Routes
North Devon Coast Path
Minehead to Westward Ho!
87 Miles. Somerset to the Cornwall Borders. The start of the South West Coast Path.
South Devon Coast Path
Plymouth to Brixham
The Ancient Maritime & Estuaries route gives experiences based on our history with sea.
East Devon Coast Path
Brixham to Lyme Regis
58 miles. East Devon to The Jurassic Coast on The South West Coast Path.
A circular walking holiday unearthing the very best of Dartmoor National Park.
The Two Moors
A national trail of variety, inspiration, and quite simply magnificent beauty.
Welcome to Walking in Devon
Devon South West Coast Path Walking Routes
Dartmoor Walks and Dartmoor Walking Holidays
Introducing Exmoor National Park
Almost twice the size of its wild west Cornish neighbour, at first glance Devon presents itself as a county with a more tranquil and timeless feel , a more rounded landscape of sweeping pastures, thatched cottages serving up cream teas, picture postcard villages and twisting lanes. Yet for those taking a Devon Walking Holiday whilst you will find all this on your walk, your two feet are a passport through so much more than the usual “scrumpy” and village fete stereotype.
In fact, Devon provides...
The Devon coastal walks will amaze you with everything from the lost and remote wooded valleys of the South Devon Hams to the epic golden estuaries and dunes of the Taw and Torridge river system around Barnstaple. Head to the border with Somerset and you walk into Gorge country, valleys of immense rocks and twisted headlands that collide with Exmoor’s purple heather Moor at “little Switzerland” in Lynmouth . Finally to the east of the Exe River the Devon Coast Path enters the protected World Heritage Site along the superb Jurassic Coast and you start your own walk through time itself.
“The longer one stays here the more does the spirit of the moor sink into ones soul, its vastness and also its grim charm. When you are once out upon its bosom you have left all traces of modern England behind you".
Arthur Conan Doyle – Sherlock Holmes and The Hound of the Baskervilles
Compelling, exhilarating, challenging and never...
250 Square miles of near perfect and unique beauty, Exmoor packs a great deal into the UK’s most compact National Park. Windswept high moorland and gorgeous heather banked summits roll ever downward into densely wooded valleys and roaring rivers and gorges that reveal secretive yet welcoming cob and thatch villages at the end of your days walking. Smaller and less harsh that its neighbouring Dartmoor what Exmoor Walking Holidays have over the former is the dramatic collision of moor with Ocean. The Moorland literally ends by plunging into the Bristol Channel down incredible Hogs Back coastal cliffs, the highest in England - an incredible 800 feet of bare rock – there is simply nowhere else like it in...