Favourite Devon Walks
  Popular University of Exeter Walks
3 Popular Walks
Belvidere Meadows Belvidere Meadows
  
Walk 1 Exploring Belvidere Meadows
 2.5 miles (1h 10)
Walk 2 Exeter University Sculpture Walk
 1 mile (30 mins)
Walk 3 Stokewoods & 'Barton Park'
 5.6 miles (2h 20)
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The author of the Harry Potter books, J K Rowling, studied Greek, German and French at Exeter University.

 

Point of Interest Exeter University Sculpture Walk
Northcott Theatre
   
Pubs Northcott Theatre
   
parking Pay & Display Exeter University
 
 
Walk 1
Exploring Belvidere Meadows (2.5 miles)
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This pleasant 1 hour walk takes you from Exeter University into the hills of Belvidere Meadows Nature Reserve away from the bustle of city life.

There are some spectacular views of Mid Devon.

It follows part of the Green Circle around Exeter.

University grounds & Haldon

 

terrain:
tracks, suburb
lanes
main roads
none
   
   
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Walk 2
Exeter University Sculpture Walk (1 mile)
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Sculpture Trail
Sculpture Trail

This short walk (USW on our Devon Map) is designed to explore the various fascinating sculptures found 'externally' on the campus.

Unfortunately, sculptures may get moved and many listed in the official guide have done so permanently , it seems!

Our circular trail dates from July 2018.

 

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 Walks near Exeter University:
  
Historic Exeter Roman Wall
   
Stoke Woods Mincinglake Valley Park

 

Walk 3
Stokewoods & 'Barton Park' (5.6 miles)
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Guide Posts on East Devon Way
Guide Posts on East Devon Way

In the footsteps of Jane Austin through a varied landscape that inspired Jane Austen to write Sense & Sensibility.

The walk descends through an ancient wood which during the Middle Ages provided valuable building timber.
It is not surprising the scenery caught Jane's attentive eye.

After crossing the Exeter to Bristol railway line it follows part of the popular Exe Valley Way, a long distance hiking route from Starcross to Exford.

Please note:

traffic The Exe Valley Way follows part of a busy road between Exeter and Crediton with no pavement!

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