Walking around Greenway

Why not pull on your walking boots and check out the countryside surrounding Greenway? There are a choice of walks from Galmpton to Greenway, which you can combine to create circular walks taking in woodland, farmland and the River Dart. There are also a couple of walks which take you around the garden when it's open.

Two visitors walking the garden at Greenway in the winter, with the river in the backround

Galmpton to Greenway walk via Hook Bottom Lane

This walk from Galmpton to Greenway follows a permissive bridleway along quiet country lanes and through woodland, and is good for walkers, horse riders and cyclists alike.

The view over the River Dart as seen from the Coombe Lane walk to Greenway

Galmpton to Greenway walk via Coombe Lane

A moderate 2.5 mile walk from Galmpton via Coombe Lane is perfect for walkers, cyclists and horse riders alike.

A view of cows grazing on a hill with the River Dart and the village of Dittisham in the background

Galmpton to Greenway walk via Mill Lane

The walk to Greenway from Galmpton via Mill Lane takes in great views over the River Dart, and even goes along a beach foreshore. When the tide is in you may need to take off your socks and shoes to wade through the river for a short while, but when the tide is out it's a more straightforward walk.

Walkers in a spring garden

Greenway's spring walk

Greenway garden is at it's very best in spring, filled with flowering camellias, rhododendrons, magnolias and bulbs. This walk takes in some of the best places in the garden to see the spring flowers.

The colourful top garden border in the garden at Greenway, Devon

Greenway garden ramble

A one mile walk around Greenway garden is a great way to discover the Top Garden and the breathtaking views over the River Dart you can enjoy from there.

Visitors inside the Boat House at Greenway, Devon

Greenway Boathouse walk

Greenway garden drifts down the hillside to the edge of the River Dart, and this circular walking route takes you along the riverside. With stop-offs at viewpoints, the Boathouse quay and the Battery, it's a moderate walk with lots of opportunities for relaxation.