This walk is a really decent circular route with fantastic views in every direction. It's probably around 6km but there are options for making it longer. Whilst the paths the whole way round would be OK for a big-tyred buggy, there are stiles and gates that would make this hard work. Start at the fabulous … Continue reading Knights Farm Loop
If you're keen to get everyone out for a walk in the woods but have to take a buggy or wheelchair, check out our tried and tested favourites! 1) Mamhead Trail, Haldon With a free car park and easy, flat, loop walk with fab views and lots of sit down spots, the Mamhead Trail at … Continue reading Woodland Walks for Wheels
On all of my recent walks lately, I've been thrilled to see little signs of spring. There is so much more wildlife around, the bird song is noticeably more varied and cheerier than it was, and there are pretty little flowers decorating the hedgerows! Snowdrops have arrived and shown us that lighter days and warmer … Continue reading Snowdrops around Exeter
https://exeter.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/parks-and-open-spaces/valley-parks/mincinglake-valley-park/A place to feel at the top of the world - but so close to Exeter city centre! Mincinglake valley Park is found between Stoke Hill and Beacon Heath, with free car parks off Stoke Hill (next to Sylvania Hut) and Calthorpe Road (opposite St Katherine’s Road) There are bus stops on both sides of … Continue reading Mincinglake Valley Park
http://eastdevon.gov.uk/countryside/countryside-sites/the-maer-local-nature-reserve/A great park just a stone’s throw from the beach! There is a large pay and display car park off Maer Road (that is also the first stop for catching the Land Train), a short walk from the play equipment on The Maer. As well as fantastic space to run around, play ball games, walk the … Continue reading The Maer, Exmouth.