Walking in the countryside at Sidmouth

There are a number of walks that start from Salcombe Hill Car Park, just outside of Sidmouth. There is an accessible circular route which offers views in both directions along the historic Jurassic coastline, as well as longer, more strenuous walks.

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.

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.

A view of Sidmouth can be glimpsed from the area around Peak Hill

Mutter's Moor and Peak Hill

A walk through prehistory, following ancient tracks through an area thought to be densely populated in the Stone Age. There are breathtaking views in every direction, and an abundance of wildlife in the colourful heathland.

See Sidmouth from Salcombe Hill

Salcombe Hill to Sidmouth circular walk

Starting with the stunning views across the Sid valley, this spectacular circular walk showcases the regency town of Sidmouth, and then takes you upriver through a tranquil riverside park.

A view of Salcombe Regis

Cliffs, valleys and ocean views in Salcombe Regis

Take a walk from Salcombe Regis out to the coast with superb views of the Devon Jurassic Coast, with a chance to explore Weston Plats, an area of 19th and 20th-century market gardens.

View from Salcombe Hill looking down to Sidmouth and the Jurassic coastline

Salcombe views and valleys

Enjoy incredible views on this gentle walk around Salcombe Hill in Devon.