Favourite Devon Walks
  Popular Doddiscombsleigh Walks
4 Popular Walks
Walk 1 Village Walk
 0.5 miles (20 mins)
 difficulty 1/4 (easy)
Walk 2 Windy Cross
 3.6 miles (1h 30)
 difficulty 4/4 (challenging)
Walk 3 Haldon Belvedere
 6.1 miles (2h 30)
 difficulty 4/4 (challenging)
Walk 4 Christow to Doddiscombsleigh
 8.1 miles (3h 20)
 difficulty 4/4 (challenging)

A charming village with a well known pub provides a welcoming stop for a thirsty walker.

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"


Point of Interest Village of Doddiscombsleigh
Haldon Belvedere
Pubs Nobody Inn
parking Nobody Inn Car Park
Walk 1
Village Walk (0.5 miles)


A short but varied village walk following an old stream.



Walk 2
Windy Cross (3.6 miles)


This popular walk takes in a steep climb to Windy Cross at the top of Haldon.

It follows public footpaths and lanes.

Allow for 2 hours.

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3.6 miles
tracks bridle,paths
main roads
0 %
altitude range
72 - 173 m
quality of track
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Walk 3
Haldon Belvedere (6.1 miles)


This delightful but strenuous pub 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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parking Nobody Inn Car Park or near Haldon Belvedere


Walk 4
Christow to Doddiscombsleigh (8.1 miles)


This is a much longer pub walk starting at Christow thus avoiding any parking problems.

Allow 1h 30 mins to walk to Doddiscombsleigh.


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