Linear Walks

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In our spring and summer programmes we organise a monthly linear walk, mainly on a Friday but it can be on other days as well, along one of the many regional trails in or around our area. This always involves car sharing and some additional driving. For this reason you will need to confirm attendance a few days in advance with the walk leader to ensure there is enough space for everyone. Dogs may be allowed but by arrangement only.

​Trails completed so far:

  • East Devon Way 2002 and 2007
  • Channel to Channel 2002/03 and 2015
  • Jurassic Coast 2003/04/05
  • Two Moors Way 2005/06 and 2012
  • Exe Valley Way 2006
  • Liberty Trail 2007 and 2016
  • Dorset Jubilee Trail 2010 and 2019
  • Monarch's Way (part) 2011
  • Wessex Ridgeway 2012
  • Macmillan Way (part) 2013/14
  • Leland Trail 2016
  • Devonshire Heartland Way 2017
  • West Deane Way 2018
  • Monks Path 2017/2018

​On the Macmillan Way

The linear walks organisers are going to take a break for 2020 but hope to be back with a new trail for 2021.                                     

In addition we reguarly walk on parts of the South West Coast Path, UK's longest National Trail, with it's 630 miles of superb coastline, heritage, wildlife and geology,

 

 

 

or the East Devon Way, a 40 mile inland alternative to the SWCP, between Exmouth and Lyme Regis, through East Devon's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  The East Devon Way is also walked reguarly in September each year as part of the Sidmouth and East Devon Walking Festival.

and occasionally the Two Moors Way, Devon's Coast to Coast Walk, 116 miles from Wembury on the south coast to Lynmouth on the north coast via Dartmoor and Exmoor and through some remote and beautiful countryside.