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Area name: Devon

01803 297474


Please be advised, walks can commence again within Groups. Look at each Groups webpage to see what's available. There are greater restrictions that we have to comply with for everybody's safety and wellbeing. Some previously published walks are currently not suitable due to social distancing and transport issues. If you have any querys, contact your Group committee who will be able to help you! Please be patient!

For information follow this LINK to the Ramblers central website where bulletins will be released as and when restrictions change.


Thanks for all your contributions. The results are in! Follow this link to our Facebook page to see the pictures.




Full report available to view on the Bulletin Board.

Walk Leadership and 1st Aid COURSES

Visit the Ramblers CO website; Log-in; and search for Walks Leadership and 1st Aid Courses. There are various dates for 1st Aid Courses run by the St.John's Ambulance with funding that the Ramblers have obtained via the Postcode Lottery Grants. There are also Walk Leadership courses during 2020 at various locations in the west-country. If you are signed up for members and/or volunteer newsletters then follow the links on them to the appropriate page. Groups also have the opportunity to register their interest in hosting a Walks Leader or 1st Aid Course by indicating this to Central Office on the link.

There are many walks in Devon each week.There could be as many as 30 some weeks!

Join us for up to 3 introductory walks before you decide if Ramblers is for you.Follow the link to your left and check out the walks where you want to walk.




The brochure for 2019 is now available as a       download from this page.

A more detailed annual report from Devon Groups can be viewed or downloaded here.











There are 12 Groups that you can walk with. They walk on a variety of days; have short walks as well as longer walks and are very welcoming to both new people wishing to experience walking with a group and visitors (members or non-members) wanting to enjoy what Devon has to offer and learn a little about its history; life and agriculture.

Some of our walks are of special interest with flower and fauna; geology; industrial history; and much more.

Devon has one of the largest footpath networks in the country and Ramblers volunteers do a lot of  work in helping keep them open and well maintained for all to enjoy.

Please look at the Groups listed below. They all offer walks in different parts of the county. Feel free to join them on one of their many walks and try it out before you think about joining the Ramblers.


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To look at information on how the "Round Britain Coast Path" project is progressing, follow this link to the Natural England site and see how things are going in the South-west of England.

Two Moors Way

Visit the Links Page or the 2MoorsWay Page for updates and links to the re-launch of the Two Moors Way in this 40th Anniversary Year and the new website.



Download our new Devon Area Leaflet

Our new leaflet gives details of the Devon Area and the twelve Groups within the county.       Over 30 carefree led walks every week!

Click here - to download the leaflet.


Groups in this area

Devon Bootlegs

A warm welcome from the Devon Bootlegs. The Bootlegs have over 100 members from all over Devon. For Sunday walks we meet at 9:30 am, Bude Street, Exeter (behind the bus station) to arrange car sharing, unless otherwise stated. Please come and join ...

East Devon

We're an enthusiastic and friendly group, offering the choice of 6 walks a week ranging from a half day stroll to a full day hike. New members and visitors are welcome, why not come and give us a try.

Exeter & District

Our regular walks take place on a Sunday and range in length from 8 to 11 miles, with short walks on Saturdays. We also have shorter walks during the week that usually finish with a sociable pub lunch, providing the opportunity to meet with friends ...


Every Sunday we offer a strenuous walk of ten to fifteen miles mostly over the rough and rugged terrain of Dartmoor. We are a friendly and welcoming group of people and we are dog friendly.

North Devon

The walks offered by by our Group are varied in distance and varied in the days we walk on. We offer some evening walks in the Spring and Summer and once a month we offer a "Nice & Easy" walk


We are a friendly group who cater for walkers with varying requirements, from those who like to take all day to do 5 miles to those who want to get lots of miles under their belt as quickly as possible. We have regular walks on Sundays and ...

South Devon

The South Devon Group of the Ramblers is a very friendly collection of individuals who welcome other walkers to join us on any of our walks. We walk every Thursday for 6-8 miles, and every Sunday for 9-12 miles, as well as the first Tuesday of every ...

South Hams

We are the South Hams Ramblers Group with easy access to coastal paths, Dartmoor National Park and the South Hams countryside. Walking Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday with a list of 500 possible walks.


Our groups help local people enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk. Most groups organise regular walks led by local experts – a great way to get outside, make new friends and discover how walking boosts your health and happiness.

Teignmouth & Dawlish

We are a small Group based in the twin sea side towns of Teignmouth & Dawlish in South Devon. Everyone is welcome to join us on a walk.


We have 7-9 mile walks of various grades weekly on Saturdays or Sundays with an optional cream tea afterwards. Also, we have shorter walks of 3-5 miles mid-week with an optional pub lunch.


Do come and join us for one of our walks. We can't promise to take you to Narnia, but you can be sure of an excellent day's walking in convivial company. Visitors and new members are most welcome.