Walks in Devon this winter

Wrap up warm and get outdoors this winter with some walks near you.

Visitors walking through the garden at Greenway in spring

Mindfulness at Greenway

On Wednesday 14 March, 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.

Visitors on a walk at Baggy Point, Devon

Winter walks in North Devon

Enjoy the bracing winter air on a crisp winters day and stretch your legs on one of our walks.

The garden overlooking the river at Greenway in winter

Greenway garden winter ramble

A one mile walk around Greenway garden is a great way to discover the winter highlights and the best viewpoints over the River Dart.

Looking towards Heybrook bay from Wembury Point

Wembury Beach to Heybrook Bay walk

A moderate walk up from the bay passing fields and the former HMS Cambridge site, looping back around from Heybrook bay to take in the views of the Mewstone.

Donkeys looking through gate at the Donkey Sanctuary in Branscombe

Salcombe Hill circular walk

Whilst donkey-carts are no longer used at Weston Plats, this walk takes you up Weston Mouth to The Donkey Sanctuary which is home to over 500 donkeys and mules.

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.

River in winter with snow covered wooded banks

A winter walk to blow away the cobwebs

Wrap up warm, get your boots on and start those new year’s resolutions to get more active with a bracing walk to Whitelady waterfall.

Discover the jagged rocks at Bolt Head

Bolt Head walk

Discover the dramatic coast around Salcombe, walking from East Soar before ending this beautiful walk at Bolt Head on the Salcombe Estuary.

Dog walkers enjoy the view at Castle Drogo

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.

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

Two 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.

Dumpdon Hill is an Iron Age Hill Fort near Honiton in Devon

Dumpdon Hill Fort

An impressive Iron Age hill fort, Dumpdon sits on one of the largest and most striking hills in the beautiful Otter Valley.