Crisp leaves underfoot, clear skies or clouds laden with rain, there's plenty of places to have walk this autumn. Here are a few favourites near Plymouth to try out.
Crunchy jewel-coloured leaves are everywhere at Buckland Abbey this autumn. Here's what's looking great this season, and what not to miss out in the gardens and on the estate.
Cotehele’s colourful garden and woodlands are full of birds and wildlife; there are 1,300 acres to cover at this calm oasis, so come along and get ready to explore.
Step back in time on a walk through Dewerstone, the site of many archaeological finds - some dating back as far as the Bronze Age.
This gentle walk is a great introduction to the magical, mature, mixed woodland and impressive parkland of the Lanhydrock estate.
Explore ancient routes and medieval green lanes, wander through woodland and heathland, walk past wetlands and discover a natural reservoir full of wildlife.
Take a one-mile walk at Dewerstone Wood, a Site of Special Scientific Interest important for its landscape and wildlife as well its archaeology and industrial heritage.
Discover Wembury Point's past, still evident if you look closely, and a wide variety of wildlife, on land, sea and water. Enjoy views across the bay to the mysterious Great Mewstone.
A strenuous but rewarding walk round the wilder side of the Yealm estuary, from Gara Point to Noss Mayo, taking in a combination of Victorian history and wildlife along the way.