Health and well-being

Start the year by giving your mind and body some TLC by getting outdoors on a walk or run.

Visitors walking through the garden at Greenway in spring

Mindfulness at Greenway

In February, Roselle Angwin, a Devon-based writer and Zen practitioner, will be leading a mindfulness walk through Greenway garden - perfect if you are looking to find out more about mindfulness, or after a chance to connect with and be inspired by Greenway's woodland garden.

Runners in the English Riviera countryside

Trust10 run at Coleton Fishacre

The Trust10 trail run takes place at Coleton Fishacre on the fourth Sunday of every month. This free, monthly trail run takes in the garden at Coleton Fishacre and the surrounding coast line in two 5km loops.

People running on grass with the sea in the background

Ready to run?

On Sunday 28 January a free 10k trail run takes place along the rugged South West Coast Path and through Coleton Fishacre garden. If you're looking for a more challenging route to work towards in the New Year, or even if running is brand new for you, why not try the monthly Trust10? You could run one 5k loop of the route if a full 10k doesn't sound like your cup of tea.

Enjoy the views from the accessible circular route at Salcombe Hill, using the toposcope for guidance

Three top winter walks in East Devon

When the skies clear and you've had enough pottering around the house, wrap up warm and enjoy the fresh winter air.

killerton wooden signpost fingerpost waymarker

Stretch your legs 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.

Trust Ten runners on the beach at Studland Bay

New Year, new you

Let the fresh sea air at Studland Bay be your inspiration this New Year as we launch new ways to get fit, enjoy the outdoors and express your love of special places.

The trees by the river Teign are colours of amber and red.

Teign Gorge classic circuit

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.

A National Trust ranger van parked at Man Sand beach
Walking trail

Coastal circular walk from Woodhuish 

A circular walk from Woodhuish Farm to Man Sands beach and back via the South West Coast Path takes in a wetland area perfect for bird watching. It's a great winter walk, taking in rugged coastline, a secluded beach and even a Victorian cider press.