Explore Axminster's history and heritage through the centuries - from coaching inns, to courthouses to churches - all just a short walk from the station.
Hop on the X51/X53 bus right outside Axminster railway station to the Talbot Arms, then enjoy a walk to Lyme Regis via the stunning Cannington Viaduct.
Double loop around rare lowland heath and mixed woodland. Get to the start of the walk by convenient onward bus X51/X53 from Axminster railway station.
An invigorating climb from Honiton station, rewarded with great views of the surrounding countryside, including the Copper Castle Toll House and two Iron Age forts.
The Glen is a beautiful park, Victorian water garden and leafy public space, sitting at the heart of the friendly market town of Honiton. It is a five-minute walk from Honiton station.
There are 33,000 miles of banked hedges in Devon, many dating back 600 years or more. Explore some of them on this pleasant half-day circular walk.
This circular walk takes you across rolling, rural landscapes with a rich agricultural heritage. The River Otter is a well-known home to wild otters and one area has seen the return of beavers.
Take a walk through the village and out into the orchards via footpaths and lanes. Particularly lovely in May when the apple blossom is out and in early autumn when the apples are ripe.
Explore the new settlement of Cranbrook, just east of Exeter, including its areas of country park. Cranbrook is served by its own modern and accessible railway station.
Explore St Michael and All Angels Church, Pinhoe, set above the town with a 17th Century thatched lychgate and a clear view of Exeter and the Exe estuary.