Devon has it all for autumn colour - crunching through leaves in woodland, open parkland to explore or bracing sea air to breathe in whilst strolling along the coast. Here are some of our favourite places to walk as rusty golds, reds and oranges take over the countryside.
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.
A short circular walk around the historic, beautiful village of Branscombe. This walk is quite rocky, with two very steep slopes en route. Dogs are welcome except at the tea-rooms, forge and mill.
Follow the breathtaking Hunters Path high above the river Teign from the imposing bulk of Castle Drogo for chances to spot wildlife and stunning views. There are many places to stop and enjoy a picnic.
Explore one of England’s great post-war gardens, with one of the National Trust’s most important plant collections.
Take a riverside walk along Belstone Cleave starting from Finch Foundry.
Follow in the steps of A la Ronde’s two spinster cousins, Jane and Mary Parminter, and enjoy a stroll around the meadow which is rich in flora, fauna and wildlife.
Among the ancient trees of Lydford Gorge, Devon, are the spectacular White Lady Waterfall and the Devil's Cauldron. Visit with your family to discover its secrets.