Walking the West Devon Way Walk 4 - Bickleigh to Goodameavy

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This is the last section of the disused railway track between Plymbridge and Clearbrook that the West Devon Way uses. In this section we go over another impressive viaduct but also this time through a tunnel. We return to the start by going past the path that leads up to the Dewerstone rock well known by rock climbers and you will walk partly up the Pipe Track so called because the path follows the route of a pipe that took liquid clay slurry from Cadover to Shaugh bridge to be transported away. Shaugh bridge is a very scenic area and perhaps a
good place to stop for a snack. You will cross over the river Meavy and the river Plym. It is quite a hilly walk.

England - South West England - Devon - Dartmoor


Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Great Views, Industrial Archaeology, National Trust, River, Woodland

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Distance away
11.8 Miles
26.1 Miles