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dunsford daffodil walk

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Dunsford Daffodil Walk
Dunsford Nature Reserve, Devon Wildlife Trust, 7EG, B3212, Exeter (Directions)

Only a 30 minute drive from us here at Bowerland, Dunsford Daffodil Walk is a 3.8 miles walk located near Exeter and is good for all skill levels. The walk can be used for walking, hiking, nature trips, and bird watching.
This is a peaceful wooded walk along the River Teign in Devon, where you can find both daffodils and bluebells. Parking can be found near Steps Bridge or in the nearby free car park.

Follow the bridleway through the Nature Reserve to its end at Boyland Road. The path is flat and ordinary footwear should be fine. There are no gates or stiles to negotiate. 

  • From the entrance of the Nature Reserve alongside the River Teign follow the path. The river will be on your left and this path is known for its bluebells and daffodils.
  • Fork with Bridleway to Boyland Road
  • At various points on the path there are Bridleway signposts which can take you inland slightly. If you’re looking to do some exploring follow these, the basic route is alongside the river.
  • Stick to the left-hand path to walk along the River Teign.
  • At the far end you will emerge to a junction with Boyland Road where there is a small amount of on road parking. From here you can re-trace your steps back to the start of the Nature Reserve. But if you wish you can follow the bridleway signs and take a more inland route to vary the walk slightly.

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