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Doddiscombsleigh dating back to the 13th century
1 hour walks
Point of Interest

Village of Doddiscombsleigh
Haldon Belvedere

Parking in this village,where once Sir Ralph de Doddiscomb lived,is virtually impossible unless you are planning to visit the well known Nobody Inn,which once served as a church house.
The village is referred to by the locals as 'Doddy".

A combe is a fertile valley with steep sides.

Walk 1 (pink) 20 mins

A short walk following an old stream.

Walk 2 (blue) 1hr 40 mins

This walk involves a steep climb and descent.

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3.6 miles
1 hr 40 mins
tracks bridle,paths
main roads
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altitude range
72 - 173 m
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Nobody Inn Car Park

Walk 3 Doddiscombsleigh Haldon Belvedere (6.1 miles)

This delightful but strenuous walk includes some steep climbs and descents but is rewarded with spectacular views and a cycle free Haldon Forest.

The walk passes Higher Ashton with its charming 15th century church.

Haldon Belvedere ,also known as St Lawrence Tower,is not open to the public.

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Nobody Inn Car Park or near Haldon Belvedere

Walk 4 Christow to Doddiscombsleigh (8.1 miles)

This is a much longer walk starting at Christow thus avoiding any parking problems. Allow 1h 30 mins to walk to Doddiscombsleigh.

Both Walks 3 & 4 make an ideal pub walk with Doddiscombsleigh as a half way stop.

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Walk 1 (pink) Walk 2 (blue)

Walk 3


 Walks near Doddiscombleigh:
A delightful walk from this picturesque village to Tottiford Reservoir.
Many popular walks around Dunsford & Steps Bridge including the famous Daffodil Walk