The book features all of the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of Devon, and clear mapping for ease of use. Every route has been color-coded according to difficulty, and walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments.
Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface, and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking, and public toilets. Additional Product Features Dewey Edition.
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Secret Empires by Peter Schweizer , Hardcover The cove itself provides hours of fascination; at low tide the vast rock pools are teeming with marine life such as blennies, anemones and starfish. The sand dunes, bound together with marram grass, are constantly shifting and home to sea sandwort, forming a lush green carpet bearing greenish white flowers in summer. The cove also has unique and colourful rock formations.
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The headlands on both sides of the Salcombe estuary provide excellent walks. Catch the ferry from Salcombe and you can walk directly up the beautiful valley at Mill Bay, this opens up as you reach the top and is the start of a lovely walk to Prawl. The Pig's Nose at East Prawl pigsnose. On the opposite side, the area between Bolt Head and Bolt Tail has amazing views and the walk up from Salcombe to Overbecks is really stunning — as you climb up it is well worth looking back to take in views of the estuary.
My favourite walk is from Agatha Christie's old house at Greenway along to Coleton Fishacre, right out on the end of the peninsula. You pass through Long Wood to join the Dart Valley Trail , the steam railway runs alongside and provides the perfect time machine experience, and once through Kingswear you join the South West Coast Path and your surroundings become more exposed. The walk to the old gun battery at Froward Point is spectacular, the views back across to Start Point and Slapton are breathtaking. Up on the High Moor it feels like you are in the middle of nowhere yet you are only a few miles north of Plymouth.
The area of the upper Plym is littered with bronze age archaeology; there are barrows, hut remains and standing stones within a very short walk of the car park at Cadover bridge. Following the river south brings you to the Dewerstone, which takes its name from the Dartmoor legend of demonic hunter Dewer; the devil himself. When night fell, Dewer would hunt down people who were lost on the moor.
Accompanied by a pack of fearsome, ghostly dogs called Whist Hounds, Dewer would drive people to their deaths via a fatal fall from Drewerstone's highest cliff.
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Thankfully these days Devil's Rock is more commonly used for climbing. This entire area is a walkers' paradise, with options to explore inland or take the coastal path along the cliff tops. Weymouth a favourite seaside destinations for generations of families. Weymouth Through Time Old and modern photos. Plymouth, An Illustrated History still the book on Plymouth.
Portrait of Plymouth Plymouth Exeter the county town of Devon, a bustling and modern city. Bristol: A People's History Cannot go past this book for a history of this maritime city. Secret Underground Bristol There's something down there Bath A stunning coffee table book.
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Alongside his own journey, a whirlwind tour of history is given, blending past and present. Glen Herbert was a boatman at the Cobb in Lyme Regis, where he took tourists on boat trips during the summer months and travelled the world out of season, mainly to the Americas.
He is currently a teacher living in Salisbury, England and intends to get a bigger boat. A new book by local author, Joan Hollingsworth. Entertaining and recommended for those thinking of moving to the Continent.
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