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This moderate 5.4 mile circular walk goes from Exmouth Station out to Littleham Cross, then through countryside out to the South West Coast Path. Passing Orcombe Point and the Geoneedle the walk leads back along the cliff top and past historic...more
Exmouth Railway Station Imperial Road, Exmouth EX8 1BZ, England
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Just check the tide times first!
It is a wonderful walk and is different each time we have done it.
We have always started from Exmouth but depending on the tide you either start with the cliff or beach way first. Starting at the beach...More
Beautiful walks along the beach and cliff tops, just be careful not to get to close to the edges as they have a tendency to have cliff landslides and are not very safe. The walks itself have gorgeous views and you can walk from Exmouth...More
We stayed at Exmouth - hotel on the seafront in early September. Weather was excellent for walking, not too hot. The walk to Orcombe Point was enjoyable and we made it to the top in less than hour. The view from the top was spectacular...More
Fabulous lovely walk from Exmouth harbour to Orcombe Point Geo-needle. Starting off walking around the marina looking at some fabulous boats. Then along the esplanade passing by numerous places to eat and drink upto the new Jurassic play park with different eateries and waterholes. Upto...More
If you need fresh air, a fabulous view and a bracing but not difficult walk, Exmouth seafront is for you. You can start at The Point, the western end is the beach, next to the marina, and set off for 30-40 minutes of bliss. Just...More
Response from carol13242015 | Reviewed this property |
The walk takes about 45 minutes, thats taking it easy and yes you could take a pram. As you get to the end of the walk nearest exmouth you need to take the left hand path, closest to the sea as this is wider and not so... More
The walk takes about 45 minutes, thats taking it easy and yes you could take a pram. As you get to the end of the walk nearest exmouth you need to take the left hand path, closest to the sea as this is wider and not so steep. You could also catch the bus from the holiday park to return if you only wanted to walk one way. Hope this helps. Carol.