What is a public 'right of way?'
A 'right of way' is a path that you have the legal right to use on foot. Some other paths allow other modes of transport. Please be aware of which you can use on foot, cycle and horse.
Open only to walkers, prams, pushchairs and wheelchairs.
Open to walkers, horse-riders and pedal cyclists. Cyclists must give way to walkers and horse riders.
Open to walkers, horse-riders, and drivers/riders of non-motorised vehicles (such as horse-drawn carriages and pedal cycles).
Byways Open to All Traffic (BOATs)
Open to all traffic ( may not be maintained to the same standard as normal road).
To find out more about rights of way, visit the Devon County Council.