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Newton St Cyres a walk through secluded forests

1 hour walks
   
Walk 1 (4.5 m) Walk 2 (4.2 m)Walk 3 (2.9 m)
Newton WoodCoombland WoodSuttern Brook
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The pine fresh forests south of Newton St Cyres are maintained by the Forestry Commission and as yet undiscovered offering the walker complete tranquility and unsurpassed natural beauty.

OS maps do not show all the paths and tracks as many of them are new.

We hope to preserve the forests' unrivalled charm by not publishing detailed route descriptions. Instead,you can download our gps routes or use our maps.

Walk 1 Newton Wood (4.5 miles)

Newton St Cyres' woods

This delightful walk uses public footpaths ,tracks and quiet lanes.

A From the car park turn left into West Town Road. Where the road splits bear right up Riscombe Hill.

B Turn left onto a public footpath. Follow this until you reach a lane.

C Turn left,then left onto a track descending into the forest.

D Cross ford then after swing-gate take a not too clearly defined track on left.

E You can either take a well signed permissive path on left (highlighted in green on map) or continue down Tinpit Hill into the village.

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Walk 2 Coombland Wood (4.2 miles)

Stunning views

This walk uses permissive paths which may at any time be closed.

However,judging by the new signs and gates we expect these paths to be open throughout 2017 - latest check August 2016

A very secluded walk near Exeter along major tracks and through magnificent,heavily scented forests,where wild deer can still be seen.

The paths are not clearly defined and grass may be long in summer.

Walk 2 
length:
4.2 miles
time:
1 hr 50 mins
terrain:
Forest Tracks
Fields
lanes
47%
main roads
0%
wellies
*
altitude range
38-230m
quality of track
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Walk 3 Suttern Brook (2.9 miles)

This walk uses permissive paths which may at any time be closed - see above

This easy and pleasant walk follows the Suttern Brook using permissive paths and will take about an hour.

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Newton St Cyres has one pub ,the Crown & Sceptre.

 Walks near Newton St Cyres: 
    
  
 Newton's OrchardShobrooke 
 
CreditonBrampford SpekeCowley 

 

parking

Free Car Park near village hall at Newton St Cyres

 

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Walk 1

Walk 2

Walk 3