East Budleigh

nestling in an area of outstanding natural beauty
1 hour walks
Walk 1 (2.8 m)Walk 2 (3.5 m)Walk 3 (3.5 m)Walk 4 (5.5 m)
Local Rural WalkObelisk & river OtterObelisk & river Otter 2Budleigh Salterton
Otter Estuary

Mentioned in the Doomesday Book this picturesque village with a car park is ideal for exploring the delightful Raleigh country.

East Budleigh originally was called Budleigh as it was larger than Budleigh Salterton,a town which used to be named Salterton.

Point of InterestRaleigh Pub
Otterton Mill
PubsThe Rolle Arms
parkingFree Car Park behind Church

Walk 1 Popular inland walk (2.8 miles)

High Street

This short walk takes you through a most picturesque village to the start of Hayes Wood from where the views of the coastline are quite stunning.

Walk 1 
2.8 miles
1 hr 15 mins
tracks bridle,paths
main roads
0 %
altitude range
9 - 98 m
quality of track


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Raleigh Pub
Pub:Sir Walter Raleigh

Walk 1




There is one steep climb.

Walk 2 Obelisk & Otter(3.5 miles)


This delightful and easy walk starts at the car park in East Budleigh and takes you past Bicton Obelisk & Church then returns via Otterton Mill (well worth a visit) ,along the Otter and an old aqueduct.


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east budley Bicton Otteron

Walk 2

Walk 3 Obelisk ,Otterton variation (3.5 miles)

View of the Otter
View of Otter valley from higher path

Like walk 2 but via Otterton and returning using an old lane,now a cyclepath,above the Otter with magnificent views of the valley - road is closed to vehicles. The route takes you along East Budleigh's Middle street and High street with its charming stream and cottages.

east budley Bicton Otteron

Walk 3

Walk 4 to Budleigh Salterton 5.5 miles


This pleasant (pub) walk takes you to the charming town of Budleigh Salterton and returns via the river Otter and the Otter Estuary Nature Reserve.

Walk 4