Spring walks and runs

Spring has sprung, so why not stretch your legs with one of these inviting walks or runs around the North Devon coast and countryside?

Brownsham Beckland Woods Bluebell Walk Sign
Running

Beckland Woods Circular 

This beautiful circular route winds through the bluebell sprinkled Beckland Woods, taking in spectacular views across Windbury Hill Fort and Bideford Bay.

Spring Squill Baggy Point
Walking trail

Baggy Point short circular walk 

This short coastal stroll along Baggy Point will reward you far reaching views, and is an excellent place to see spring flowers and wildlife such as the delicate Spring Squill.

Sea view over Woolacombe, North Devon
Walking trail

Explore Woolacombe Warren 

Explore the Woolacombe sand dunes, home to hundreds of fascinating spring flowers and insects. This walk also meanders along Woolacombe's wide, sandy bay.

Sunlight through the trees along the wooded valley of the East Lynn River
Walking trail

Lynmouth, Devon 

This circular walk takes in the harbour town of Lynmouth, before climbing up out of the valley through sessile oak woodlands where you might spot deer. The route also passes through Countisbury and Watersmeet. In early spring, notice the powerful aroma of wild garlic from the bright green plants with white flowers. You can also spot dippers, grey wagtails, and hazel catkins.

Visitors on the coast path
Walking trail

Enjoy a spring walk along the Exmoor coast 

Take in spectacular views across the Bristol Channel to Wales as you wander along the historic 19th century carriageway.

View across Peppercombe and Portledge
Running

Peppercombe Bothy to Bucks Hillfort Circular  

Starting and finishing in the beautiful Peppercombe Valley, this beautiful spring walk incorporates part of the South West Coast Path, bluebell covered woodland, quiet lanes and stunning views of Bideford Bay.