Where to Walk and Ride in Devon

Erme-Plym Trail

Trail is mostly waymarked and signpostedTrail has parallel bus and / or train routes to allow for short lengths to be walked

10 miles between Sequers Bridge, where it joins the Erme Valley Trail, and Plymouth, with a spur to Wembury, all in the south west corner of Devon; the route is comprehensively waymarked.

Apart from Plymouth and Wembury, also passes through the villages of Yealmpton and Brixton.

Attractive rural landscapes, mostly either pastoral or wooded, with views to the edge of Dartmoor. Generally easy walking.

Links with the Erme Valley Trail at Sequers Bridge; in conjunction with that route and the Two Moors Way it forms part of a coast-to-coast walk across Devon; also links with the South West Coast Path at Plymouth and Wembury and the West Devon Way at Plymouth.

Train access to Plymouth; buses to both ends of the route as well as intermediate villages; there is a regular bus service running parallel to the Trail.

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