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Whether you want a quiet gentle stroll or an exhilarating mountain biking experience, there’s something for you at Haldon Forest Park. 3,500 acres of woodland just fifteen minutes from Exeter.We have a network of walking and cycling trails that suit...more
Hours Today: 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM
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Follow signs from the A38 and A380, Exeter, England
All reviews mountain biking go ape haldon forest walking trails discovery trail red trail great trails expensive parking car parking great outdoors single track different routes hired bikes dog walkers bike rides off road great cafe
A really well organised set up for fun but also serious cyclists.
Suggest that you get there really early to get a good parking space as it does get very busy later. Also the trails are quieter earlier
There are a good range of trails...More
We went to haldon forest to go mountain biking. the trails are well marked and easy to find and they are great fun. There are tails for all abilities. I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a fun day out.
Dog-friendly. Take your own bikes or hire them. Seqway PTs available too. Several different circuits to explore and in many places walkers separated from bikers. No steps - wheelchair and pushchair access although much of it is bumpy and there are some slopes. Small children...More
Came to do the highway rat trail with a 4 year old & baby. £4 for car park paid at rangers station & £3 for highway rat activity pack. Took us nearly 2hrs to do the beautiful trail but the 4year really enjoyed doing the...More
There are stacks of things to do here, from sedgeway, Go Ape, mountain biking or a quiet trail ride, footpaths galore, bushcraft classes, kids offroad area and playground... and that was just what we spotted in our very brief visit! Oh, and theres a cafe!...More