Feeling the need for some fresh air after Christmas? There are plenty of places in Devon to burn off those mince pies.
This walk from Galmpton to Greenway follows a permissive bridleway along quiet country lanes and through woodland, and is good for walkers, horse riders and cyclists alike.
Explore the garden at Killerton in winter to see such gems as the Tibetan Cherry Tree and the carpets of cyclamen.
Explore the sand dunes and wander alongside Woolacombe's wide, sandy bay.
A circular walk with no waymarkers and little signage, passing through the steep-sided river valley, which is very steep on both the descent and ascent.
Take in the views over this beautiful corner of South Devon, from sweeping vistas out to sea to rolling hills inland.
This walk along the top of Coleton Fishacre garden and along the South West Coast Path to Coleton Camp is wonderful in early summer. On the walk you'll pass prime spots for seeing bluebells and primroses in flower.
A short circular walk around the historic, beautiful village of Branscombe in Devon
Whether you have boots or paws, two wheels or four, this easily accessible short walk opens the South West Coast Path to everybody.
This is a spectacular walk on Piddledown Common that overlooks the dramatic Teign Gorge.