Exe Valley Way
45 miles across Devon between the Exe Estuary and the heights of Exmoor; the route is partly waymarked, except in the urban areas and on Exmoor.
Passes through the city of Exeter and the market town of Tiverton, as well as Bampton and Dulverton.
Mostly valley scenery, ranging from the broad estuary through pastoral landscapes and narrower, heavily-wooded valleys to open moorland landscapes. Walking is mostly fairly easy, but there are a couple of stiff climbs out of the valley.
Train access at Starcross (southern end) and Exeter; buses to Starcross, Exeter, Tiverton and, less frequently, Bampton and Dulverton; buses run parallel to the Exe Valley Way between Starcross and Exeter and between Exeter and Tiverton; also, less frequently, between Tiverton and Bampton.
|Trail includes moorland walking||Trail includes coast and / or estuary walking|
|Trail includes especially notable viewpoints||Trail is mostly waymarked and signposted|
|Trail has parallel bus and / or train routes to allow for short lengths to be walked||Trail information includes dedicated accommodation list|