Favourite Devon Walks
  Popular Sidbury Walks
2 Popular Walks
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Walk 1 White Cross
 4.2 miles (1h 50)
Walk 2 Sweetcombe
 5.2 miles (2h 10)

All walks from Sidbury involve a certain amount of climbing but the views are quite spectacular!

The name means Fortification near the Sid


Point of Interest Sidbury, White Cross
Sidbury Castle
Pubs Red Lion
parking Free Car Park Ridge Close
Walk 1
White Cross (4.2 miles )

This pleasant walk consists of a steady but easy climb through an almost alpine landscape.

At White Cross the views of Woodbury Common and Dartmoor are quite breathtaking - not surprisingly, the East Devon Way follows this delightful route.

On return you descend into a rolling valley of an almost forgotten Devon, past Sidbury Castle, a large Iron Age hill fort.

4.2 miles
1 hr 55 mins
tracks paths
main roads
0 %
altitude range
54 - 233 m
quality of track

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Walk 2
Sweetcombe (5.2 miles)

This quite strenuous but enjoyable walk follows part of the well maintained East Devon Way towards Sweetcombe.

Sidbury is worth a visit for its charm and history.

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 Walks near Sidbury
Core Hill close to Sidbury castle contains some of the oldest beech pine and oak trees in Devon supporting a unique variety of lichens and fungi.
Great walks combining forests,moorland and sea with breathtaking views of the Jurassic coast.
 Donkey Sanctuary
A short but invigorating family walk from the Donkey Sanctuary to the Jurassic Coast where in 2007 the Napoli ran aground.