Five spring & summer walks around Exeter

Bright sunny days, crisp fresh air and flowers in full bloom - time to pull on the walking boots and bask in the sunshine.

A spring day at Parke, Devon

A walk around Parke

Discover the fascinating history of Parke on this walk around its boundary.

View from the Parminter walk at A la Ronde

Parminter walk

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.

There are stunning views across to Sidmouth from many sections of this accessible walk

Accessible walk: Salcombe Hill

Whether you have boots or paws, two wheels or four, this easily accessible short walk opens the South West Coast Path to everybody.

front park clump walk cover killerton devon

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.

The small orchard at Branscombe next to the Old Bakery Tearooms
Walking trail

Branscombe historic walk 

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.

The countryside around Wellington Monument

Take part in the Monumental Trek for Wellington Monument 

Join a challenging 10k or 21k walk across the Quantocks and Blackdown Hills on Sat 11 May, enjoying the incredible views and scenery, whilst raising vital funds in support of the monument.