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Getting Around

Adventures in the saddle and on foot

Find out how to have a Clyst Valley car-free day

  • Big Electric Forest Ride

    Big Electric Forest Ride

    Confident cyclists could take on the whole route, otherwise the first leg from Cranbrook to Killerton and back is suitable for over 16’s accompanied by an adult. Treat yourself to lunch at the Stables café, Killerton, or take a picnic to have at Ashclyst Forest and treat yourself to a drink and cake at Killerton!

  • Broadclyst adventurer walk

    Broadclyst adventurer walk

    This is an easy 45 minute walk which starts and finishes at the bus stop by the Red Lion Inn, Broadclyst. It features rivers, meadows, woodlands, great trees, a water mill, an exciting Holloway and a church.

  • Photo of Poltimore Park

    Poltimore Park

    Walk amongst ancient trees and enjoy sweeping views towards Ashclyst Forest, Broadclyst and Woodbury Castle.

  • St Michael and All Angels Church, Sowton

    Sowton Science Link

    This walk follows the preferred route of the Clyst Valley Trail across flower-strewn water-meadows from Clyst St Mary to Sowton and then to Blackhorse.

  • Clyst Valley landscape from a Whimple orchard by Simon Bates

    Whimple Wander

    A wander through the village of Whimple famous for orchards and the Whimple Wonder apple. This is a wonderful springtime walk when the bees are buzzing amongst the blossom.