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ridges and tranquil valleys
1 hour walks

The area around Witheridge is mainly farmland with large rolling fields.

The name might mean the ridge of the rams

Point of InterestWasford Pyne Church, Thelbridge Barton Church
viewMagnificent views
The Mitre Inn, Witheridge
Thelbridge Cross Inn, en route
parkingFree Car Park

Walk 1 Little Dart (1.6 miles)



From Church Street turn left into North Street .

Just before the Rackenford Road take footpath on left and continue along the Two Moors Way for half a mile.

Turn left and follow public footpath with river on your right.

At the end of the footpath turn left and follow lane back to Witheridge.


Walk 1

Walk 2 Washford Pyne (6.5 miles)

Church at Washford Pyne


This pleasant rural (pub) walk explores the hidden and more secluded areas, the woodlands and streams tucked between the ridges.

It follows theTwo Moors Way from the town centre to Washford Pyne and beyond .

It returns via an old woodland then climbs steadily although the path's are not clear - a gps will be very handy.

There are 2 styles near a farmyard fairly close together. You cross the first but NOT the second (the Tarka trail continues across) but follow the route with the fence on your LEFT.

You now enter a most secluded area full of butterflies and wild flowers.

Find ! and cross the footbridge, then continue until the B3042.

Caution :There is a 5 minute stretch along this B road.

Follow the B road until the welcoming ? sign of the Thelbridge Cross Inn.

Turn right until you see a footpath sign where the route joins the Little Dart Ridge and Valley Walk with splendid wide views along its way.


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There are several steady climbs

Walk 2


 Walks near Witheridge
 Morchard Bishop
Morchard (Large Wood) Bishop lies almost halfway on the Two Moors Way . In the village you will find a detailed map of all the footpaths in the area , a welcome sign to all walkers and hikers.
Various options including a delightful canal walk - you may meet a shire horse pulling a barge!
Great walks around Knightshayes' estate with its beautiful gardens and an impressive victorian Gothic mansion.