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Crediton Trails

1 hour walks

Crediton now enjoys 2 new trails:

Walk 1 Redvers Ramble (2.5 miles)

This very pleasant walk is named after General Redvers Buller,born near Crediton.

Some stretches can be muddy after heavy rain and there is one steep climb.

Follow the RED arrows.Redvers Ramble

Free Car Park behind the station


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Walk 2 History Trail (2.9 miles)

Crediton Town

A most delightful trail highlighting key historical facts about Crediton.

You follow it almost like a treasure hunt!

For more information click here.

There are some excellent videos made by the pupils of Landscore Primary School providing essential and most entertaining background information to the trail.

Key Points :

ASignal Box. Signal Box
BBlue Plaques for where Boniface was born and Buller Square 
COld CinemaOld Cinema
DGeneral Buller's GraveBuller's Grave
ETurn into what looks like a private lane ; at the end turn left and follow a path between walls to Libbet;s well.Libbet's well
FStatue of St Boniface 
GGreen House & notice of entrance to market 
HChapel of St LawrenceChapel of St Lawrence
IOld & New Crosses on St Lawrence Green 
JCrediton Fire Memorial 
KChantry House Chapel of St Lawrence
Crediton Old Cross

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Walk 1
Redvers Ramble

Walk 2
Crediton Historic Trail


 Walks near Crediton:
Shobrooke,East of Crediton,is a most popular centre for walkers. Two great walks with extensive views of tranquil rolling hills.
 Morchard Bishop
Morchard (Large Wood) Bishop lies almost halfway on the Two Moors Way . In the village you will find a detailed map of all the footpaths in the area ,a welcome sign to all walkers and hikers.
The landscape around has not been changed for centuries and is dotted with old Devon cottages and manor houses. A very pleasant pub walk.
Enjoy a delightful walk to Upton Hellions' Church.