This is a great circular walk combining pleasant inland walking and stunning coastal paths. It’s a fabulously refreshing pick-me-up!
This walk around Crow Point packs in so much gorgeous scenery in less than two hours, great for an afternoon walk. Great for dogs too.
Not a walk for the faint hearted! The steep South West Coast Path around Hartland is challenging, but the scenery is equally as rewarding.
See what makes quaint British villages and market towns so charming on this circular walk between South Molton and North Molton, complete with hills, fields and countryside views.
Heddon’s Mouth is a favourite with walkers, offering a country pub, easy riverside walk and a pebble beach. Extend it to include Trentishoe Down and you can also enjoy some fabulous coastline and a challenging uphill.
Watersmeet has got to be one of the most popular walks in North Devon, but if you’re looking for something a little bit longer, make a great walk even better by adding a slight detour to Countisbury.
This walk embraces the beautiful North Devon Coast Path and rolling hills around the charming village of Berrynarbor. Beautiful, even on a cold winter’s day.
For fantastic views over Barnstaple, nothing beats Codden Hill. Here is a great circular walk starting in Bishop’s Tawton.
This wonderful circular walk offers great coastal views and two of North Devon’s finest beaches and villages. My new favourite!
Want to see some wild North Devon seals? Try this walk around Morte Point, where seals are frequently seen according to locals.
The awesome beauty of nature is at its finest at the Valley of the Rocks, as I discovered on a recent walk around the area.
Over in neighbouring Somerset and embedded within Exmoor lies the local ambler’s hotspot Tarr Steps. It is a stone’s throw from North Devon that is too good to miss.