|1 hour walks|
|Walk 1 (3.3 miles)||Walk 2 (4.7 miles)||Walk 3 (2.5 miles)||Walk 4 (5.1 miles)||Walk 5 (2.5 miles)|
|River Yeo Short||River Yeo Long||Town Trail||Shobrooke||History Trail|
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Crediton shops,Saint Boniface
The church of the Holy Cross was the cathedral of the Lord Bishop of Crediton until 1050.
Walk 1 River Yeo (3.3 miles)
AThis short but very pleasant walk starts in a car park behind the station. Facing the railway line turn right into a track then onto a public footpath.
B This leads through the Downs Crediton golf course
CThe route follows the river Yeo
D It returns via a steady climb to Queen Elizabeth's School and the outskirts of the town.
After a wet spell,some tracks could become muddy.
There is one steep climb.
|1 hr 20 mins|
36 - 111 m
quality of track
free car park behind the station
Walk 2 River Yeo (4.7 miles)
This delightful & most popular walk is as walk 1 but longer following footpaths,tracks and lanes.
It includes one steep climb.
Walk 3 Town Trail (2.5 miles 45 mins)
Strictly ,this is slightly more than a town trail as it also includes the outskirts of this lovely old market town.
Free Parking:Near Station
Walk 4 Shobrooke (5.1 miles)
This very pleasant walk starts at Crediton Sports Centre ; it takes you through Shobrooke Park ,past Shobrooke church and returns via the Red Lion at Shobrooke.
During a wet spell some of the fields may be wet.
Walk 5 Crediton History Trail (2.5 miles)
For map and route information click here.
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|Walks near Crediton:|
|Shobrooke,East of Crediton,is a most popular centre for walkers. Two great walks with extensive views of tranquil rolling hills.|
|Morchard (Large Wood) Bishop lies almost halfway on the Two Moors Way . In the village you will find a detailed map of all the footpaths in the area ,a welcome sign to all walkers and hikers.|
|The landscape around has not been changed for centuries and is dotted with old Devon cottages and manor houses. A very pleasant pub walk.|
|Enjoy a delightful walk to Upton Hellions' Church.|
Walk 4 to Shobrooke