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
Manor Inn, Galmpton, grid ref: SX889564
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.
Follow Mill Lane until you reach a junction, where you take the left fork onto Hook Bottom Lane, following signs to Greenway.
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.
Cross the road and enter Down Copse. Follow the green waymarks through the woodland to Greenway car park.
Follow the path through the car park, and follow the driveway to Greenway visitor reception.
Greenway, Greenway Road, Galmpton, near Brixham, Devon, TQ5 0ES
Greenway house and garden: 'the loveliest place in the world'
The trail to Greenway from Galmpton via Mill Lane takes in great views over the River Dart, and even goes along a beach foreshore. When the tide is in you may need to take off your socks and shoes to wade through the river for a short while, but when the tide is out it's a more straightforward walk.
A moderate 2.5-mile trail from the village of Galmpton via Coombe Lane is perfect for walkers, cyclists and horse riders alike.
You don't need to book your visit in advance to Greenway, but if you're coming by car, you will need to book a parking space ahead of your visit. To help plan a visit to Greenway, find out in this article how to book your car parking space, travel by ferry and everything else you need to know to arrange your visit.
Greenway is a three pawprint rated place. We love dogs and welcome you to visit with your pooch. Find out where you can walk with your four-legged friend at Greenway and what facilities are available.
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