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Cornworthy Walks

through unspoilt tranquil & ancient landscapes

Cornworthy,an old 'corn enclosure',lies among rolling hills and narrow lanes with links to a medieval priory.

Hunters Lodge
  
parkingLimited space near the village Church
Malsters Arms

Walk 1 Bow Creek & Malter's Arms (2.9 miles)

Difficulty:

A most scenic pub walk from Cornworthy Church near Dittisham.

Although short (2.9 miles) ,allow for at least 1.5 hours ,as the route involves one steepish climb.

The walk follows part of the Dart Valley Trail using public footpaths and quiet lanes.

A pretty path follows the Bow Creek,a tranquil tributary of the river Dart,to Tuckenhay.

Should you wish to visit the Malster's Arms,turn right ,cross the bridge then right again at the T junction - distance to pub:200 m (5 mins)

Point of InterestWhat to explore

Tuckenhay ,in the mid 19th century ,exported rope,cider ,paper (Tuckenhay Mill) and lime . Lime was used as a fertilizer.

Walk 1

 Walks near Cornworthy:
  
 Dittisham
Scenic walks from a most picturesque village along the river Dart.
  
 Dartmouth
Dartmouth with its narrow streets and ye olde buildings offers the walker many places of interest including the Boat Float and Castle.
  
 Totnes
Town Trail & Popular Circular Pub Walks around Totnes and along the river Dart
 

Walk 2 Bow Creek & Malter's Arms (3.6 miles)

Difficulty:

A longer version of walk 1 taking it quiet lanes dating back at least a thousand years.

Walk 2

Walk 3 Dittisham & River Dart (6.9 miles)

Difficulty:

A delightful but somewhat strenuous pub walk to Dittisham.

On the way back you follow part of the well maintained and most scenic John Musgrave Heritage Trail .

Point of InterestWhat to explore

Dittisham picturesque village.

The Red Lion & the Ferry Boat Inn

Pedestrian ferry service to Agatha Christie's Greenway.

Walk 3