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Cullompton gentle walks with stunning views along ancient tracks
1 hour walks
Walk 1 (3.3 m) Walk 2 (5.7 m)Walk 3 (1.2 m)Walk 4 (2.3 m)Walk 5 (7.3 m)
KnowleRussel Lane Town TrailRiver WalkCullompton to Tiverton
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Point of Interest

Cullompton ,Remote Countryside
Roman Fort

Cullompton is an old market town which suffered a dramatic fire in 1839 destroying many houses and cottages.

Its main street is located away from the Culm and has lanes descending to long forgotten water mills.

Russel Lane
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Walk 1 to Knowle (3.3 miles)

A delightful walk to the hamlet of Knowle,similar to second walk but shorter.


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Walk 2 (5.7 miles)

A From the Rugby Football club Car Park turn left and follow Knowle Lane until a footpath on right crossing some fields.

B Goblin lane runs past the location of a mobile Roman Fort and may have existed during the Roman occupation.

C Turn right into an alley (almost opposite CO-OP)

D There is a gentle climb to the top of Russel Lane where the views are breathtaking.

Walk 2 
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1 hr 45 mins
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Rugby Football Club Crow Green

Walk 3 Town Trail (1.2 miles)

This is one of our 'Thirty Five Minute Walks'

A delightful ,varied and easy Town trail .

Walk 4 Along the river (2,3 miles 1 hour)

Dip your toes into the river Culm! There are some spectacular views of St Andrews Church as you walk along the river.

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Walk 5 Tiverton Cullompton Circular (16 miles)

A long distance walk linking Tiverton and Cullompton using lanes and public footpaths.

There are 2 routes:

Northern Route (7.3 miles)

This follows part of the tow path along the Tiverton canal .Only village :Ash Thomas (no pub)

Sourhern Route (8.7 miles)

This joins the East Devon Way via Butterleigh (pub:Butterleigh Inn) .

Butterleigh Inn

Buses 1 or 1A run frequently between Tiverton and Cullompton.

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Walk 1

Walk 2

Walk 3 Town Trail following the river Culm

Walk 4 Along the River Culm

Tiverton & Cullompton Circular Walk

Walk 5

 Walks near Cullompton:
A short and easy walk following lanes and some footpaths,even a disused railway line,into the heart a charming old village.
A delightful and gentle walk following a well defined footpath along the river Culm
Although the walk contains one of the steepest climbs,the views and the well marked footpaths through rolling and remote landscapes make it a most enjoyable experience.
A very pleasant & most popular walk taking you past the Devon & Somerset Gliding club - refreshments are available,when open.