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Uffculme Walks along the river Culm into unspoilt Devon
1 hour walks
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Uffculme is an old market town known for it's Coldharbour Mill,a 200 year old spinning mill .

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Uffculme Mill

Walk 1 Uffculme to Culmstock (6.8 miles)

This delightful walk follows a well defined footpath along the river Culm into Culmstock.

River Culm

It passes the Culm Valley Inn,just before you cross the Culm into Culmstock.

.From Culmstock turn right into Silver Street.

It returns via Ashill passing its pub , the Ashill Inn

It includes quite a steep climb to Gaddon Downwith - however the views are quite stunning.

There are several options:

a) loop back onto the path from Uffculme by crossing a footbridge. This avoids a steep climb onto Gaddon Down

b) by-pass Culmstock and cross the bridge then continue to Ashill (6.1 miles)

Ashill Inn
Ashill Inn

Please note:GPX & KML show option B

Walk 1 
length:
6.1 miles
time:
2 hrs
terrain:
fields,tracks
country lanes
stiles
several
 
altitude range
72 - 142 m
quality of track
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Walk 2 (4.2 miles)

The second and shorter (4.2 miles) walk takes you North of the town,past the quarries into Appledore offering spectacular views. Some of the paths along the fields could be narrow

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more walks along the river Culm

Walk 3 Town Trail (2 miles)

A short but pleasant town trail starts at the so called Shambles,a public seating area ,and passes Cold Harbour Mill which is well worth a visit.

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About Old Uffculme  

'I will deduct 1d from your wages!'

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Walk 1

Walk 2

Walk 3 Town Trail

 Walks near Uffculme:
  
 Willand
A short and easy walk following lanes and some footpaths,even a disused railway line,into the heart a charming old village.
  
 
 Cullompton
A great selection of river & country walks
  
 
 Hemyock
Although the walk contains one of the steepest climbs,the views and the well marked footpaths through rolling and remote landscapes make it a most enjoyable experience.
  
 
 Burlescombe
A delightful and easy walk using part of the Grand Western Canal to Holcombe Rogus - Holcombe means Wooden Valley.