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Okehampton Countryside Walks - East

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Type:Walking Route

Okehampton Tourist Information Centre
3 West Street
EX20 1JZ

Tel: 01837 53020

Okehampton Countryside Walks - East



  • Café - There are food and drink facilities in Okehampton and some of the villages on and close to the walks.

Establishment Features

  • Accommodation nearby - There are various accomodation options on and near to the walks - including hotels, Bed and Breakfasts and campsites. Check the accomodation pages, or contact the Okehampton Tourist Information Centre for more information.
  • Fitness level required - medium - The routes include climbs and descents of varying lengths and steepness. The surfaces also vary between woodland paths, paved, rocky, and can be wet/muddy after prolonged rain. A good standard of fitness is therefore recommended for walkers using these routes to get the most enjoyment from them.
  • Open All Year
  • Route maps available - Route maps and directions can be downloaded from this website.
  • Shop - There are a variety of shops in Okehampton, and a village shop in Sticklepath.
  • Toilets - There are public toilets facilities in Okehampton.

Specialist Features

  • Circular Route
  • Easy Route
  • Linear Route
  • Moderate Route

Map & Directions

Road Directions

All four walks can be started from central Okehampton. Three are circular, with one linear route to Sticklepath, from where a bus can be caught back to Okehampton.

Opening Times

Okehampton Countryside Walks - East (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018)

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