Walks and Public Footpaths
On this page are a series of walks that you can take around Chawleigh Parish. Most are moderately easy and dog friendly but please ensure you pick up after your dog.
Please feel free to share any walks that you have by sending to email@example.com
Within Chawleigh village there is St James Church, two pubs: The Royal Oak and the Earl of Portsmouth (EOP), Chawleigh Village Store, a hairdressers and Blue Fox Glade gunshop/clay shooting. We are also lucky to have the Little Dart river to the North and The Taw to the south of the Parish, with some nice places to relax and take in the local fauna and flora as well as views of Dartmoor. Further afield, food and refreshments can be found at Eggesford Crossing cafe, The Plant Shed and The Fox and Hounds Country Hotel
You will need stout footwear for walking in the countryside, as it can be muddy in places even on a dry day, and ensure your clothing is suitable for the weather.
(1 – 5)
|EOP > Shooting Lane > Southcott Cross > Copse > The Pheasantry > Hollow Tree > EOP||2.5 miles||2 / 5||No||Walk 1|
|EOP > Mildons Leigh > East Leigh >West Burridge > Cheldon Bridge > Leigh Bridge > Stone Mill Farm > EOP||4.5 miles||3 / 5||Yes||Walk 2|
|EOP > Stone Mill Lane > Chawleigh Barton Wood > Wood House Wood > Hollow Tree Farmhouse > Royal Oak > EOP||2.25 miles||2 / 5||Yes||Walk 3|
|Eggesford Forest > Carpenters Cross > Fiddlecott Lane > Southcott Cross > West Hill Farm > Eggesford Forest||4.5 miles||3 / 5||Yes||Walk 4|
|Chawleigh > Hollow Tree Cross > Wood House Wood > Park Mill Farm > Chulmleigh Bridge > Chawleigh Week > Nethercott Farm > Southcott Farm > Southcott Cross > Chawleigh||7.5 miles||3 / 5||Yes||Walk 5|
The Chawleigh Parish Jubilee tree planting has been added to the The Queen’s Green Canopy map. You can see it on Walk 1
For any complaints, please email the Parish Clerk via firstname.lastname@example.org
For any issues with Public Right of Way footpaths please see guidance on our Local Services page