Plymouth - Step into Nature
We have decided to cancel tomorrows (20/08/2016) health walk from Tothill Community Centre to Oreston due to the weather that is forecast.
A yellow warning for strong winds and heavy showers has been predicted for the morning, this would make the planned route which is quite exposed rather unpleasant.
Please pass on the message to anyone you know who was thinking of attending the walk.
Our Scheme has regular walks in and around the parks, woodlands and nature reserves of the city. Currently we have at least one short easier walk of up to 30 minutes per month, with some longer 30-60 or up to 90 minute walks to build your activity levels further. Walks in the nature reserves and woodland can be muddy during the wetter months, so sturdy footwear is recommended.
Short easier walks are suitable for all ablilties and are on good paths with only some small hills.
Our other walks can be a little more challenging, with some uneven terrain and longer inclines.
The walks generally take place at 10:30am on week day morning, but we do have some walks on a saturday.
Please see the current programme for more details of when and where the walks take place.
Central Park long
Devonport park long
|Forder Valley Nature Reserve|
Forder Valley Nature Reserve
Mount Wise & Devonport Short
Mount Wise/Devonport long
|Radford Park to Mount Batten linear walk|
Radford Park to Mount Batten linear walk
|Stonehouse Creek to Devils Point Circular|
Stonehouse Creek to Devils Point Circular
|The Hoe Circular|
The Hoe Circular
|Tothill Park to Oreston - The Turnchapel Branch|
Tothill Park to Oreston - The Turnchapel Branch
Victoria Park long
Woodland Wood upper
Woodland Wood - Lower