Best Newton St Cyres to Shobrooke Walk

1 hour walks
Point of InterestThe Beer Engine


Distance:5.4 miles

This pub walk takes you North of Newton St Cyres into a relatively secluded area of Devon, through orchards and along a golf course ;it follows part of the Devonshire Heartland Way, linking the Exe Valley with Okehampton. The tracks are generally very good.

You may like to take a break at the Red Lion pub at Shobrooke - see map.

At the end of the walk you may be tempted to visit the famous Beer Engine built around 1850 as a railway hotel and established as a pub and brewery in 1983.

Beer Engine
"The Beer Engine"
5.4 miles
2hrs 15 mins
tracks, paths
main roads
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altitude range
30 - 95 m
quality of track
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Cricket Club near the Station

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There is one steepish climb.


Newton St Cyres Orchard Walk

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