Bovey Tracey 4 delightful walks
Parke Estate
1 hour walks
Walk 1 (2.1m)Walk 2 (2.4m)Walk 3 (4.5m)Walk 4 (6.8m)
River WalkParke Estate Little BoveyLustleigh

Bovey Tracey & Parke Estate make a popular centre for walkers to explore a beautiful landscape on the edge of Dartmoor.

In the 13th century. the Tracey family kept a farm on the Bovey.

Point of InterestWhat to explore

River Bovey Wildlife
Disused Railway
National Trust Cafe

parking  See Below
River Bovey

Walk 1 River Walk (2.1 miles)


An easy and popular (dog) walk from Bovey Tracey's main Car Park along the river Bovey and a disused railway returning via footpaths.

Walk 1

Walk 2 Revised trail through Parke Estate (2.4 miles)


This popular and fairly easy walk follows well maintained footpaths through the Parke estate,near Bovey Tracey,now belonging to the National Trust.

A At entrance of Car Park facing the way you came turn right on a path along the fence.

BContinue following a permissive path parallel to a lane. This becomes a public footpath ; continue through woods.

C Turn right at lane and descend to river.

D Continue under disused railway bridge and turn right then right again onto a public footpath.but go up embankment then descend to the River Bovey.

E Do not cross river but continue along the river.

FRecently an area has been cleared with a circular bench!

G After 0.8 miles follow track right to cross river and return to car park (& cafe).

There is also a walled garden,currently under restoration ,an orchard with 150 historic Devon cider apple trees and a medieval weir on the meandering Bovey feeding a fishpond and mill in the village of Bovey Tracey.

Walk 2 
tracks ,paths
country lane
main roads
0 %
after rain
altitude range
34 - 106 m
quality of track
FIT for Watches / GPS
How to view a GPX / FIT file
parking  National Trust Car Park at Parke on B3387 nr Bovey Tracey -
Free to Members (bring card) else £2 all day

Walk 2


 Walks near Bovey Tracey:
 Stover Park
Enjoy easy family walks through this beautiful park.
A great pub walk with ancient tracks & signs of pre-Victorian rock mining as you walk through the bluebell woods.
There is much more to Haytor than a steep climb to the Tor and back again! Two very popular and fairly easy walks in search of a lost village.
Delightful walks from a very picturesque village into a most unspoilt and dramatic part of Devon .
Great walks from a quiet village on the edge of Dartmoor following part of the Dartmoor Way.
 Tottisford Reservoir
Great picnic walks around a peaceful reservoir where Time Team in 2010 made some unique finds.

Walk 3 Little Bovey (4.3 miles)


This easy & pleasant 4.5 miles walk takes you South East to Little Bovey.

En route to Lustleigh

Download GPX route for Mobile / GPS


Download FIT route for Watches / GPS


See Route on Google Earth


parking  (free) along Coombe Close,Bovey Tracey
Bovey Tracey walk map

Walk 3

Walk 4 to Lustleigh (6.8 miles)


Quiet Lane

Check out a longer but most enjoyable walk to Lustleigh.

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