Chudleigh to Trusham Walk

following the river Teign
1 hour walks
grass path near Trusham


Distance:5.5 miles

This walk is quite strenuous with a steady climb out of Chudleigh past an old convent along the 'Orange Way' .

At the top of the hill it turns inland into remote Devon.

William of Orange William of Orange landed at Brixham and walked his men via Chudleigh en route to Exeter and London.
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It follows more country lanes than public foot paths thus making it not a dog walk. Part of the footpath, near Ranscombe, can be quite tricky.

However, there are some very rewarding views and moments of utter tranquility walking through a most undisturbed part of Devon.

Trusham boasts one pub Cridford Inn

There is a memorial plaque dedicated to the poet Charles Causley.

Causeley Charles Causley a famous Cornish poet
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Walks near Chudleigh:

Chudleigh and Chudleigh to Haldon

5.5 miles
2hrs 10 mins
forests, paths
country lanes
main roads
altitude range
16 - 105 m
quality of track
parkingChudleigh New Exeter Rd

The walk has several steep climbs and descents.

Chudleigh to Trusham Walk

 Walks near Chudleigh
Two walks from the famous Nobody Inn, which once served as a church house.
 Chudleigh Knighton
A varied walk leading to the delightful Stover Park following part of the Templer Way along the graceful river Teign - with easy access for paddling!