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A lovely setting in the heart of Ivybridge, where one can walk to your hearts content, enjoy the scenery, tranquility and fresh air. This is also a place for dog lovers, as its the ideal location to let them run free and burn off that...More
Lovely walk up the river . Dog loved it especially when she could get in to have a paddle . Was here in ivybridge for the day while on holiday in devon . Loved the town some lovely little shops . You can park on...More
Postcode takes you to station road. If you walk down to the mill on left you will find footpath.I had my stick as path was uneven and damp but no problem for the able bodied. The river Exe is below the path and it runs...More
I walk my dogs here most days and its great in the rain and the sun: in the rain you get shelter from the rain by the trees and they also shade you from the sun. The woods run alongside the River Erme and lots...More
A great walk as long or short as you choose to make it. We walked 3.5 miles along trail then back Walking in a valley linking with the high moor Did not go on open moor today as bitterly cold but will be doing the...More
Lovely local woods with the river Erne meandering through, trickling under the viaduct, even has Brunels original bridge support columns standing next to the newer bridge.
I have bad mobility issues and although a short gradient to navigate by the viaduct it's fairly flat and...More
Response from Richard2566 | Reviewed this property |
All parking is on a road which is on a hill. Access to path is a swing gate so not suitable that way. Next to it is a large gate for em vehicle not sure if this is padlocked. The path itself once access sorted which I’m sure... More
All parking is on a road which is on a hill. Access to path is a swing gate so not suitable that way. Next to it is a large gate for em vehicle not sure if this is padlocked. The path itself once access sorted which I’m sure there must be a way is firm underfoot so is suitable I would say if you go steady buts it’s not tarmac or similar. Hope this helps as beautiful spot. If I’m passing I will take a look at access. X