Explore the two national parks of Devon- Dartmoor and Exmoor, along with a host of other beautiful landscapes, from rugged coasts and wildlife-rich nature reserves, to waterfalls, river valleys and moorland.
- Coleton Fishacre, South Devon:
Situated in the garden of a 20th century home where you can stay in touch with nature.
- Wistman’s Wood, Devon:
The lichen covered boughs in this park have remained unspoilt for several centuries.
- East Lyn River, Devon:
Enjoy the six-mile walk from Lynmouth through the East Lyn river to Rockford.
- Burrator, Devon:
Steeped in history and presenting some of the best views in England, walkers will enjoy the challenges of the park.
- Great Staple and White Tor, Devon
Discover mysterious remains on wild and beautiful Dartmoor with a walk from Great Staple Tor to White Tor.
- Teign Gorge, Devon:
One of England’s largest woodland restoration projects is a fantastic place to take an autumn walk.
- Hound Tor, Devon:
This is the preferred destination for walkers interested in scary stories about witches, dragons and ghosts.
- Gutter Tor and Higher Hartor Tor:
This landmark has served as an inspiration to numerous famous authors.
- Lydford Gorge, Devon:
A spectacular chasm in the hills with the Devil’s cauldron on one end and the Whitelady waterfall on the other hand.
- Bystock Nature Reserve, Devon:
Come watch this reserve come alive in spring.
- Branscombe to Beer, East Devon:
This tiny seaside village is best for anyone who is interested in walking from Branscombe to Beer.