Favourite Devon Walks
  Popular Morchard Bishop Walks
2 Popular Walks
  
Walk 1 to Morchard Bishop
 5.4 miles (2h 20)
Walk 2 From Morchard Bishop
 4.8 miles (2 hours)
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Morchard (Large Wood) Bishop lies almost halfway on the Two Moors Way .

In the village you will find a detailed map of all the footpaths in the area ,a welcome sign to all walkers and hikers.

Some stretches may be muddy after heavy rainfall

The name means Large Wood heald by the Bishop of Exeter

 

Point of Interest Village of Morchard Bishop
   
Pubs London Inn
   
parking See below
 
 
Walk 1
to Morchard Bishop (5.4 miles)
 MAP

This walk follows part of the Two Moors Way which is well signed and well maintained and offers some spectacular views of Dartmoor.

Parking : For those who prefer to walk to the pub : Car Park at turn off to Downs St Mary from the A377 opposite a pub.

There is a short 5-10 mins stretch along the busy road.

busy crossing There is a short 5-10 mins stretch along the busy road.
   
starting Point Start : Car Park
   
parking Free Car Park see map off A377 junction Morchard Bishop & Down St Mary

length:
5.4 miles
time:
2 hr 20 mins
terrain:
tracks bridle,paths
lanes
main roads
5-10 mins
yes
altitude range
85 - 290m
quality of track
***
   
   
FIT for Watches / GPS
 
 
   
How to view a GPX / FIT file
 

 

Walk 2
From Morchard Bishop (4.8 miles)
  MAP

A slightly shorter walk avoiding busy road.

There is no pub en route.

starting Point Start : Foot Path opposite Primary School into the church yard
   
parking Free Car Park on Church Street near school at Morchard Bishop

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