56 miles of pathways
The weather might have spoiled, but we still need to get out every day for some fresh air – even if it is with an umbrella.
And there are lots of suggestions out there of where to go and what to do on these walks in the SId Valley, as part of our daily exercise which we’re being encouraged to do:
Sid Valley RIng Walk
This well signed journey around the Sid Valley has been set up to encourage more walking in the area and secondly to show walkers what a fantastic range of buildings and scenery the Sid Valley has to offer.
Tree Trails from the Sidmouth Arboretum
The Sid Valley has 56 miles of pathways, maintained by the Parish Paths Partnership to enable you to explore this section of the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Also the valley is crossed by two long distance paths, the East Devon Way, and the South West Coast Path.
Explore the AONB
It’s easy to find walks and trails to enjoy – take a journey through the East Devon AONB and discover what makes it so special.
Walks around Sidmouth on the South Coast Path
The regency resort of Sidmouth is the jewel of East Devon nestling beneath majestic red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley. Explore the coastal corridor with these walks along and around the South West Coast Path.
Walking in the countryside at Sidmouth with the National Trust
Important notice – All our car parks are now closed.
BUT: Discover the Byes: One of the jewels of Sidmouth running from Sidmouth to Sidford. It’s a mixture of parkland, wild flower meadows, fields and farmland with a combination of footpaths and cycle tracks winding their way along the River Sid.
The FIVE best Sidmouth Hiking Trails
“There are steep climbs which were difficult for everyone but the surface of the paths are good and there are steps at the steeper parts.”
Here are some recommendations from hotels – sadly closed but their suggestions are still very good and very detailed:
Plus, if you don’t linger too long, but pause to read a bit on your stroll: