Autumn walks around Devon

Autumn is a lovely time to head outdoors and enjoy the changing colours of the season. Here's a selection of our some of our favourite walks in Devon to wrap up warm for.

the parkland on a misty day

Knightshayes veteran and champion tree walk

Discover the champion trees which grow at Knightshayes on a walk through the garden, taking in redwoods, holly, sweet chestnut, the tallest redwood in Devon and the biggest turkey oak in the UK.

Suspension bridge in autumn with golden brown leaves on trees

Soak up the changing autumn colours at Lydford Gorge

Enjoy a glimpse of golden sunlight through the changing leaves. As the season moves into autumn the gorge takes on hues of yellow, brown and orange.

Enjoy the richness of the Autumn harvest	Woodland walk during the autumn at Parke, Devon

Nature's autumn harvest walk at Parke

Wander through the grounds of Parke during autumn and you'll be treated to a wonderful display of colour.

Visitors walking the Teign Gorge on the Castle Drogo estate, Devon, in Autumn.
Walking trail

Autumn walk at Castle Drogo 

Walk through crispy leaves along the River Teign and afterwards warm up with a hot chocolate in the café. There is also a second-hand book shelf to browse as you take a break.

The view over the Salcombe estuary from the house and garden at Overbeck's, Devon.

East Soar to Overbeck's walk

This trail leads you along the runway of what used to be RAF Bolt Head to Overbeck's, with panoramic views of the South Hams coast and countryside. Please be aware you'll need to book ahead of your visit.

plains walk cover devon killerton dog

Plains walk

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

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.

Thorn back ray case washed ashore

Wembury strandline walk

The walk between Wembury Beach and Wembury Point shows off the wonderful views out across the sea and to the Great Mewstone. The walk is a great opportunity to investigate the strandline for a glimpse into the hidden treasures of the sea.

People walking along the coast path with the sea behind them

Baggy Point circular walk via Bloodhills Cliff

A longer, circular walk along both sides of Baggy Point then over the top of the headland, with many points of interest and breathtaking views.

The stream that runs the waterwheel for Manor Mill

Branscombe village walk

A short circular walk around the historic, beautiful village of Branscombe in Devon.