Bolberry Down

The circular route at Bolberry is fully accessible, with plenty of spots to rest and take in the wonderful view

Bolberry Down easy access route 

Whether on two feet or four paws, bike, wheelchair or pram, you can enjoy the wild South Devon coastline on this accessible pathway.

Bolberry Down

What's on

Upcoming events

Wildlife Walk at Southdown Farm

Thu 26 May 2022
18:00-20:00
Join a National Trust ranger for a guided tour of this nature-friendly coastal farm. Look and listen for farmland birds including the rare cirl bunting. If you are lucky you might glimpse deer and discover signs of nesting field mice.

Botanical walk and talk

Wed 01 Jun 2022
18:00-20:00
June is a wonderful month for exploring the farm for wildflowers and grasses.

Wildlife Walk at Southdown Farm

Sun 03 Jul 2022
10:00-12:00
Join a National Trust ranger for a guided tour of this nature-friendly coastal farm. Look and listen for farmland birds including the rare cirl bunting. If you are lucky you might glimpse deer and discover signs of nesting field mice.
Bolberry Down

Learning

The remains of the Iron Age fort of Bolt Tail are clearly visible on the headland, and can be seen from the coastpath

Walks through time 

Three podcasts have been recorded by Bill Horner, County Archaeologist at Bolt Tail, Bolberry Down, East Soar and Bolt Head. These podcasts have been recorded to guide people around the sites or to listen from home. Each podcast looks at how people have shaped the landscape on this part of the coast, right back to Iron Age times.