Best Tedburn St Mary Walks

Tedburn St Mary
1 hour walks
Select Your WalkWalk 1 (4.5 miles)Walk 2 (2.1 miles)Walk 3 (4.2 miles)
  Black Alder Wood Easy Barton Church

A delightful village tucked away on the edge of several forests

    • The name means 'Tet' , a stream, near St Mary's church
    • Iin the Domesday Book of 1086 it was recorded as "Teteborne".
    • The Church of St Mary is a Grade I listed building dating from the 13th century.
Where to Eat?
The Kings Arms
Travellers Rest
parkingNear Post Office off Huish Lane, Tedburn St Mary
directionsSATNAV Postcode:EX6 6DZ

Walk 1 Black Alder Wood (4.5 miles)


Meadow with wild flowers

This walk is at its best during a sunny day in summer when you can enjoy the profusion of buttercups, foxgloves and red campions.

    • After heavy rain, a short stretch of the bridlepath in the forest can be quite tricky but can be negotiated.
    • Although there is a steepish climb, the effort is rewarded by stunning views and total seclusion.

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Walk 2 Easy Short Walk (2.1 miles)

Peaceful track


A shorter walk through old tracks and rolling hills.

During the winter section of a track can become very muddy making the walk more strenuous.

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Walk 3 Barton Church (4.2 miles)

Tedburn St Mary Church


This rural walk takes you to Town Barton Church then follows a fairly long stretch up an old & tranquil lane to Blackalder Wood, returning via paths and tracks.

Blackadder Wood

The village of Tedburn enjoys two pubs, the Kings Arms and the Red Lion.


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Map of Walk 3