Whimple you can almost smell the cider
1 hour walks
  
Walk 1 (2.7 miles)Walk 2 (1.6 miles)Walk 3 (7.8 miles)
Exploring Whimple Whimple Clyst Hydon

The village is known for its orchards, Whiteways cider and the annual Whimple Wassail in January .

The name refers to a 'white stream or pool'

Point of InterestOrchards
Whimple Wassail
PubsThirsty Farmer and the New Fountain
  
parkingWhimple Carpark,nr Webbers Close

Walk 1 Exploring Whimple (2.7 miles)

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This is a short and easy walk through a still unspoilt part of Devon with its charming thatched cottages and old orchards.

orchards nr Whimple
Orchards near Whimple

Whimple used to boast a flourishing cider factory,Whiteways; the only evidence remaining is a wealth of orchards.

main roads
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altitude range
26 - 63 m

Walk 1

 Walks near Whimple:
  
 Feniton
An easy and very pleasant walk leading to the charming hamlet of Talford and passing the delightful Escot church
  
 
 Escot Park
Escot Park ,designed by Capability Brown,is a hidden gem for walkers.
  
 
 Ashclyst Forest
Various easy walks and trails through a forest now maintained by the National Trust
  
  
   
   
 Railway WalkAn ideal (circular) Train Trail

Walk 2 Whimple (1.6 miles)

Difficulty:

 A possible 'Walking from Home' walk

An easy and varied walk using quiet lanes and public footpaths.

This is one of our 'Thirty Five Minute Walks'

Walk 2

Walk 3 Whimple to Clyst Hydon

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Five Bells
Five Bells

This is a most popular if not problematic pub walk to the Five Bells at Clyst Hydon.

Check out Whimple to Clyst Hydon.

parking Whimple Carpark,nr Webbers Close

 

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