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Discussion started by mommentum (IP Logged), 30 June, 2019 20:55
mommentum
mommentum
30 June, 2019 20:55
Does anyone have any favourite spots in Devon they would recommend to our new signings like Tom and Will to visit with their family over the next 2 years?

mommentum
mommentum
30 June, 2019 21:54
One walk I would recommend is Lustleigh Cleave, starting near Hammerslake up to Sharpitor, to Harton Chest and on to Hunters Tor. Back the same way.

mommentum
mommentum
28 July, 2019 20:00
Also Hartland Quay to Spekes Mill Mouth waterfall, everyone in Devon should go there at least once

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minuteman
29 July, 2019 16:53
Bigbury Beach and Burgh Island ... otterton Mill and the walk down the River to Budleigh, Haldon Woods is great if you have young kids.... we really are spoiled for choice in Devon

Dave Berko
Dave Berko
30 July, 2019 08:37
Making this Sarrie jealous talking of Dartmoor!

Introduce them to Letterboxing.

fisher
fisher
30 July, 2019 11:00
Good walk up from Postbridge through Soussons Forest and the old tin mines and finish up at the Warren House Inn for a well earned pint!

mommentum
mommentum
30 July, 2019 19:20
Valley of the Rocks on the north coast is lovely on a sunny day, about the highest cliffs in England, look out for the wild goats.

Cranbrook Castle/fort, walk up from Fingle Bridge or shorter flat walk from higher side but rough road to get there with limited parking. Also wild swimming up river from Fingle in salmon leaps


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