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Best Hawkerland Valley Walks

1 hour walks
Select Your WalkWalk 1 (1.7 miles)Walk 2 (3.1 miles)
 Short Walk to Stoneyford

Hawkerland Valley was once used for storing essential D Day equipment.

In the summer the valley is a haven for wildlife containing many species of butterfly.

During the walk you will notice flattened areas and various overgrown tracks - read more.

Point of InterestExtensive Views
Hawker Valley and WWII
Heathland flowers & wild life.
parkingFree Car Park entrance via country lane to Coleton Raleigh - see maps

Walk 1 Short Walk (1.7 miles)

tramway to Hawkerland

This very easy walk offers expansive views towards the sea across a gently rolling heath land. All paths are well defined and after heavy rain fall not impassable.

The walk follows part of the East Devon Way , a long distance hiking route from Exmouth to Lyme Regis.


3.4 miles
1 hr 30 mins
tracks bridle/ footpaths
country lanes
main roads
0 %
altitude range
268 - 429 m
quality of track


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Hawkerland Walk 1

 Walks near Hawkerland
 Newton Poppleford
Delightful river and pub walks. A must , if you are in the area.
An easy walk exploring the rural and peaceful life around Alphington and Perkin's Village using quiet lanes and public footpaths - ideal for a spring or summer's day.
 Woodbury Castle
Woodbury Common is a popular place for dog-walkers; there is plenty of 'space' and the views are quite spectacular.

Walk 2 to Stoneyford (3.1 miles)

An equally pleasant and easy dog walk leading into the hamlet of Stoneyford. It returns following a very old bridle path.



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Hawkerland Walk 2