Galmpton to Greenway walk via Mill Lane

Walking trail

Wander quiet country lanes and open farmland, enjoying views up the River Dart estuary on your walk to Greenway House. Part of this walk is along a beach foreshore which is covered when the tide is in, but if you're feeling confident you can take of your shoes and socks and wade - or wait for the tide to go out. This walk can be combined with Hook Bottom walk as well as the Coombe Lane walk to create various circular routes back to Gamlpton.

Please book ahead before visiting Greenway

The car park, garden and toilets at Greenway are open and you need to

book tickets before you visit. Members can book for free, while non-members will need to pay when booking. We'll be releasing tickets every Friday. Please note we’ll be turning people away who arrive and haven't booked. We're looking forward to welcoming you back.

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


A map of the trail from Galmpton to Greenway via Mill Lane


Manor Inn, Galmpton


From the Manor Inn turn right following Stoke Gabriel Road towards Totnes, passing the village shop on your left. Follow this route until you reach the left turn to Galmpton Creek.


Take left turn to Galmpton Creek, and follow the lane to the entrance to Galmpton boatyard.

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A view over Galmpton Boatyard as seen from the walk from Galmpton to Greenway via Mill Lane


Follow the signposts along Mill Lane towards Lower Greenway Farm and Greenway.


Follow the footpath through Old Mill Farm onto the beach foreshore. Continue on beach foreshore until you reach the lime kiln. Turn left and climb the stile, heading up through fields. Pass through Lower Greenway farmyard until you reach Greenway Road.

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A view of a lime kiln on the beach foreshore of Galmpton Creek near Greenway


Cross the road and enter Down Copse Woodland. Turn left and walk 50 meters until you see green way markers directing you to Greenway House. Turn right and follow these until you reach Greenway car park.

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The view over the River Dart in summer as seen from the walk from Galmpton to Greenway via Mill Lane


Follow the path through the car park to the driveway, and take the driveway to Greenway Visitor Reception.



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Galmpton to Greenway walk via Mill Lane


A well maintained but naturally undulating country route, with one stile to climb, which can get muddy after heavy rain. Be aware of tree roots, and keep children and dogs supervised. Dogs are welcome, please place on leads when livestock is present and in Greenway gardens.

Galmpton to Greenway walk via Mill Lane

Contact us

Telephone: 01803 842382
Galmpton to Greenway walk via Mill Lane

How to get here

The Manor Inn, 2 Stoke Gabriel Rd, Galmpton, Brixham TQ5 0NL
By train

Dartmouth Steam Railway and Riverboat Company steam train station at Churston. Alight and walk through village to pub, 500 meters. 

By road

Galmpton is between Paignton and Brixham on the A3022. Roadside parking available in village.

By bus

Stagecoach 12 from Brixham to Newton Abbot. Alight at Churston Grammar School and walk through village to pub, 500 meters.

Galmpton to Greenway walk via Mill Lane

Facilities and access

  • Toilets
  • Shop
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Café