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A sign for Greenway, Devon, in the foreground, with fields and the River Dart behind
Glimpses of the River Dart on the trail to Greenway, Devon | © National Trust Images/James Dobson
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Galmpton to Greenway trail via Hook Bottom Lane

Wander quiet country lanes and woodland through Lower Greenway Farm to Greenway. This route can be combined with Mill Lane trail as well as the Coombe Lane trail to create various circular routes back to Galmpton.

Multi-use trail

This route is a permissive bridleway and is free to be used by horse riders, cyclists and walkers as far as Greenway car park.

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Total steps: 5

Total steps: 5

Start point

Manor Inn, Galmpton, grid ref: SX889564

Step 1

From the Manor Inn follow Greenway Road through Galmpton, passing the village hall and school, heading towards Greenway. Continue until you pass the caravan park, where you will turn right onto Mill Lane.

Step 2

Follow Mill Lane until you reach a junction, where you take the left fork onto Hook Bottom Lane, following signs to Greenway.

Step 3

Continue down Hook Bottom Lane through gate into field. The footpath crosses small stream and heads up to Greenway Road, coming out at the railway halt.

Step 4

Cross the road and enter Down Copse. Follow the green waymarks through the woodland to Greenway car park.

Step 5

Follow the path through the car park, and follow the driveway to Greenway visitor reception.

Daffodils and spring flowers on the driveway entrance to the garden at Greenway, Devon
Daffodils and spring flowers on the driveway entrance to the garden at Greenway, Devon | © National Trust Images/Andrea Jones

End point

Greenway, Greenway Road, Galmpton, near Brixham, Devon, TQ5 0ES

Trail map

A map for a trail from Galmpton to Greenway via Hook Bottom Lane
A map for a trail from Galmpton to Greenway via Hook Bottom Lane | © Crown Copyright and database rights 2013 Ordnance Survey

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