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Hawkerland Valley peaceful moorland walks
1 hour walks
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Hawkerland Valley was once used for storing essential D Day equipment.

During the walk you will notice flattened areas and various overgrown tracks - read more.

In the summer the valley is a haven for wildlife containing many species of butterfly.

tramway to Hawkerland

Walk 1 (1.7 miles)

This very easy walk offers expansive views towards the sea across a gently rolling heath land. All paths are well defined and after heavy rain fall not impassable.

The walk follows part of the East Devon Way ,a long distance hiking route from Exmouth to Lyme Regis.

It makes an ideal dog walk.

Point of Interest

Extensive Views
Hawker Valley and WWII
Heathland flowers & wild life.

parking

Free Car Park entrance via country lane to Coleton Raleigh - see maps

Difficulty

 

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length:
3.4 miles
time:
1 hr 30 mins
terrain:
tracks bridle,footpaths
country lanes
main roads
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altitude range
268 - 429 m
quality of track
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There is one steep climb.

Walk 2 to Stoneyford (3.1 miles)

An equally pleasant and easy dog walk leading into the hamlet of Stoneyford. It returns following a very old bridle path.

Difficulty

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Hawkerland Walk 1

Hawkerland Walk 2

 Walks near Hawkerland:
  
 Newton Poppleford
Delightful river and pub walks. A must ,if you are in the area.
  
 
 Aylesbeare
An easy walk exploring the rural and peaceful life around Alphington and Perkin's Village using quiet lanes and public footpaths - ideal for a spring or summer's day.
  
 
 Woodbury Castle
Woodbury Common is a popular place for dog-walkers; there is plenty of 'space' and the views are quite spectacular.