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Circular and Linear Walks

This easy 5.5 mile (9Km) circular walk starts in Kipling Tors car park in Westwood Ho! Westward Ho! is the only settlement in England named after a book.

The route follows quiet country lanes, public footpaths, green lanes, and coast path. There are toilets near the start. 

This walk was created by North Devon Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and has been reproduced with their permission. 

 



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Take in the old haunts of Saxons and smugglers, lush coastline and glittering sea, then amble back through the green fields of South Devon on this 3.5 mile circular walk. 

The walk starts at Bantham beach carpark where there are toilets. The walk follows the coastal footpath, surfaced roads, fields and footpaths. There are 6 stiles and a steepish ascent and descent. 
 
This walk has been reproduced with the kind permission of South Devon AONB
 
 


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All of maritime life is here on this 3.75 mile circular walk; Start Bay’s great sweep of sea and land, traditional fishing communities, and the mysterious and tragic lost village of Hallsands. The walk wends it way home again along green lanes and footpaths. 

The walk starts at the seafront car park at Beesands. It follows the coastal path, surfaced roads, field footpaths, and green lanes. There are 2 flights of steps and 1 stile. 

This walk has been reproduced with the kind permission of South Devon AONB



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The many faces of maritme South Devon in one 4.5 mile walk; wild open sea and rugged coast, sheltered estuary, wooded riverbanks, and the waterfront village of Noss Mayo with its chocolate box charm.

The walk starts at Warren car park, and follows good footpaths and tracks. 

This walk has been reproduced with the kind permission of South Devon AONB



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This is a self-guided, circular, 6 mile walk around Combe Martin.

This walk through the North Devon Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is a six mile, circular route that takes you on a journey through Combe Martin's industrial heritage.While you walk you will be looking at evidence that can still be found, to this day, of industry in the landscape. Combe Martin's heritage is different to that of its neighbouring towns, in that its remoteness and industry, which left it a 'shammick' of a town, dirty and industrial, meant that it was not visited by tourists until relatively recently. In the landscape today you can see evidence of silver mines, lime burning, maritime industries and market gardening, all the while taking in the beautiful coastal landscape of North Devon. As we walk thorough Combe Martin, names, buildings and fields reveal the industrial past of Combe Martin.

This walk was created by the North Devon Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and has been reproduced with their permission. 



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