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I am completely biased. I walk along the wall every day as far as Holcombe. Come rain or shine I love the ever changing landscape.
The walk to Holcombe from Teignmouth is about 30-40 mins. From there you'll have to stop off at the Salty...More
I've walked and run this route many times over 40 years, beautiful sea views accompanied by the passing of the London to Penzance GWR express beside the path, There's a headland to rest on half way and recently when you reach Smugglers Lane, a pop...More
The railway walk from Dawlish to Dawlish Warren is a pleasant stroll either along the path next to the train line or along the stretch of beach. Takes around 30
Minutes each way with lovely views. A nice way to spend an evening watching the...More
We walked from Dawlish going down Smugglers Lane stopping for coffee at The Salty Dog cafe then walking under the railway to the sea wall. A beautiful walk all the way to Teignmouth, with the trains going past and the sea on the other side...More
Go down to the beach at Smugglers Lane,Holcombe, where there is a refreshments hut. Walk along the sea wall into Teignmouth, enjoying the wonderful view and sea air. Carry on past the pier to the Point sandy beach and enjoy even more wonderful views of...More
I'm not sure where the official start is. I would say you could either start at Teignmouth Railway station or at the bridge to Shaldon because the railway is visible at that point and it's possible to follow a footpath there... More
I'm not sure where the official start is. I would say you could either start at Teignmouth Railway station or at the bridge to Shaldon because the railway is visible at that point and it's possible to follow a footpath there which is adjacent to the railway line.