|1 hour walks|
|Walk 1 (2.1m)||Walk 2 (2.4m)||Walk 3 (4.3m)||Walk 4 (6.8m)|
|River Walk||Parke Estate||Little Bovey||Lustleigh|
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Walk 1 River Walk (2.1 miles)
River Bovey ,Disused Railway
An easy and popular (dog) walk from Bovey Tracey's main Car Park along the river Bovey and a disused railway returning via footpaths.
Walk 2 Revised trail through Parke Estate (2.4 miles)
River Bovey wildlife
This popular and fairly easy walk follows well maintained footpaths through the Parke estate,near Bovey Tracey,now belonging to the National Trust.
A At entrance of Car Park facing the way you came turn right on a path along the fence.
BContinue following a permissive path parallel to a lane. This becomes a public footpath ; continue through woods.
C Turn right at lane and descend to river.
D Continue under disused railway bridge and turn right then right again onto a public footpath.but go up embankment then descend to the River Bovey.
E Do not cross river but continue along the river,
FRecently an area has been cleared with a circular bench!
G After 0.8 miles follow track right to cross river and return to car park (& cafe).
There is also a walled garden,currently under restoration ,an orchard with 150 historic Devon cider apple trees and a medieval weir on the meandering Bovey feeding a fishpond and mill in the village of Bovey Tracey.
|1 hr 5 mins|
34 - 106 m
quality of track
National Trust Car Park at Parke on B3387 nr Bovey Tracey -
Walk 3 (4.3 miles)
This easy & pleasant 4.3 miles walk takes you South East to Little Bovey.
|(free) along Coombe Close,Bovey Tracey|
Walk 4 to Lustleigh (6.8 miles)
Check out a longer but most enjoyable walk to Lustleigh.
|Home Farm Café|
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Walk 3 (4.3 miles)
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