Dog Walks in Devon

Amy Green
4 min readSep 22, 2020
Dog Walks in Devon

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Today we are here to introduce you to the best Dog walks in Devon including Fingle Bridge and Lorna Doone.

Fingle Bridge

Fingle Bridge

Fingle Bridge is located north of Dartmoor and is regarded as one of the most enchanting spots in mid-Devon. You can choose from two different paths to walk. One is easier and less of an incline and the other is steeper and has many twists and turns. If your dog is fond of water the first path would be the one to choose. For the adventurous walkers, it will take around 90 minutes to complete at a fast pace. If you are more of a slow walker then it will take around 2 hours to complete. At the end of the walk with a visit to the large pub right next to the bridge, which is dog friendly!

Parke

Parke is part of the National Trust and the walk features the grand country Parke House as well as the grounds and woodland area. You can either take the woodland walking route or the route along the streams. I would suggest the streams if your dog likes taking a dip in the water. Dog are allowed to go anywhere unless there are animals in the nearby fields or crossing over pathways. In regard to refreshments, The Cleave is a dog friendly pub that welcomes all breeds.

Beesands to Hallsands

Beesands to Hallsands

Beesands is a long stretch of coastline that goes on until it reaches the ‘Village that Fell into the Sea’. Here you can learn the history of Hallsands and see the ruins. The ruins were caused by the force of the ocean washing away the village over time. When looking out at sea you may be able to see seals that are sunbathing. Other than that, it is unlikely that you will see many animals. The walk itself is quite steep so it is a great walk for an active dog. The views are definitely…

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Amy Green

Hi I’m Amy — travel blogger, dog lover, digital marketer. I write mainly about Europe, Middle East and Southeast Asia. Getting into drones!