Walking at Killerton

Whether you're here for a dog walk, a gentle stroll to enjoy the views, or an adventure with your young explorers, the outdoors at Killerton has a walk for you.

Child gets muddy hands at Box Hill toddler group

Acland Walk

This buggy-friendly circular walk follows surfaced paths through the parkland, garden and chapel grounds and is a great introduction to Killerton.

The Chapel at Killerton

Two Chapels Walk

This riverside walk takes around 2 hours, giving you time to enjoy both of Killerton's chapels, historic parkland and ancient woodland. It can be muddy in places so is unsuitable for pushchairs.

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Plains Walk

This dog-friendly walk takes you through one of Killerton's hidden secrets, an enclosed, far-reaching expanse of grassland.

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Tree Walk

Explore Killerton's famous collection of ancient, rare and giant trees. You'll need sturdy shoes to get up close to the champion and veteran trees. The walk can be muddy in places so unsuitable for pushchairs. Not suitable for dogs.

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Deodar Glen Walk

This dog-friendly walk follows a nineteenth century carriage drive though traditional parkland before finishing with a close up view of the old quarry and extinct volcano. It can get muddy so unsuitable for pushchairs.

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Front Park and The Clump Walk

A circular dog-friendly stroll across Front Park and up Dolbury Hill to discover an extinct volcano and Iron Age hill fort.

Brian and Ursula are friendly tenants at the mill.

Killerton to Clyston Mill walk

Take an easy 6-mile walk from Killerton to the village of Broadclyst and enjoy the rural landscape and countryside views.

The Old Post Office, Killerton

Sprydon walk

Enjoy a delightful circular walk through orchards, woodland and picturesque thatched cottages at Sprydon.

Butterfly in Ashclyst Forest, Killerton

Ashclyst Forest butterfly walk

A leisurely walk in the Ashclyst Forest along sunken lanes, woodland rides and through broad-leaved and coniferous woodland.

You can see the inner workings of Clyston Mill

Think you've seen it all?

The Acland's gave away their estate for the benefit of the nation - will you wander off the beaten track to discover three of Killerton's hidden gems? They're open from Saturday 1 April - Sunday 29 October.