Walking

Embrace the sea air and views on one of these walks

  • Baggy Point circular walk via Bloodhills Cliff

    A longer, circular walk along both sides of Baggy Point then over the top of the headland, with breathtaking coastal, sea and farmland views. This is an excellent route for wild flowers, bird-watching and, at certain times of the year, you can also watch rock climbers scaling the cliffs.

  • Baggy Point circular walk via Middleborough Hill

    A circular, undulating walk along both sides of Baggy Point then over the top of the headland with spectacular, far-reaching coastal, sea and farmland views. This is an excellent route for wild flowers, bird-watching and, at certain times of the year, you can also watch rock climbers scaling the cliffs.

  • Baggy Point easy access walk

    An easy walk that's great for families, taking you along the west side of Baggy Point, with far-reaching coastal and sea views. This is an excellent route for bird-watching and if you have a keen eye you may see seals. Also, at certain times of the year you can watch rock climbers scaling the cliffs.

  • Baggy Point short circular walk

    This short circular walk along the western flank of Baggy Point will reward you with far-reaching coastal, sea and farmland views. It's also an excellent place  to see wild flowers and for a spot of bird-watching. The area is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its geological features.

  • Baggy Point to Woolacombe circular walk

    A circular walk around Baggy Point, the sand dunes of Woolacombe Warren and back along the beach with breathtaking coastal, sea and farmland views. An excellent route for wild flowers and  bird watching. The area is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its geological features.

Flowers, birds and sealife there is plenty to spot on a walk near here © Fay Langston

Flowers, birds and sealife there is plenty to spot on a walk near here

Discover more of North Devon

North Devon is an area that can really be explored and enjoyed on foot. It's a wonderful place for wildlife spotting, bracing sea air and contrasting quiet woodland walks.

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