Walks around Heddon Valley

Discover some of the great walks around Heddon Valley. From short trails to enjoy with the family to longer hikes along the North Devon coast, there's something for everyone. There are even paths suitable for all-terrain pushchairs and trampers. Dogs are welcome throughout Heddon Valley and in the Hunter's Inn too, there is even doggie ice cream available in the shop.

Visitors at Heddon's Mouth
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Gentle walk to Heddon's Mouth 

Follow this easy National Trust trail alongside the banks of the River Heddon and explore the area where it meets the sea.

Visitors on the coast path
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Enjoy a walk along the Exmoor coast 

Take in spectacular views across the Bristol Channel to Wales along an historic 19th-century carriageway.

Dark green fritillary male on thistle Heddon Valley
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Exmoor's most magical valley, butterfly walk 

See if you can spot one of the UK's rarest butterflies, the high brown fritillary, on this stunning trail.

family with dog enjoying a walk
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Spot rare butterflies 

A short but challenging walk along the highest and most spectacular sea cliffs in England.

Visitors watching the crashing waves at Heddon's Mouth
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Heddon's Mouth circular walk 

Wander through ancient woodland on this beautiful walk through the Heddon Valley.