Tamar Valley Walking for Health

About Us

Tamar Valley Walk & Talk is a weekly health walking group for the communities living in and around the Tamar Valley AONB with a network of local, trained volunteer walk leaders.  We have weekly risk assessed health walks in a variety of locations, led by staff and volunteers from the AONB.  Walk leader training is being provided for new volunteer leaders from within the community.

Our Walks

Walk name Route options available Length (hours)
Around Kit Hill - Beyond Walking For Health
Around Kit Hill - Beyond Walking For Health
1:30
Bere Ferrers to Thorn Point Circular
Bere Ferrers to Thorn Point circular
1:30
Calstock Quay Circular
Okel Tor Mine Loop
1:30
Calstock via Danescombe Valley
Calstock via Danescombe Valley
1:30
Calstock via Old Kelly Lane
Calstock via Old Kelly Lane
1:30
Calstock, Higher Kelly Lane Circular
Walk Option 1
1:15
Delaware Road
Delaware Road
0:45
Drakewalls Mine Circular
Drakewalls Mine Circular
0:30
Drakewalls to Calstock
Drakewalls to Calstock
1:30
Harrowbarrow & Metherell Community Orchard - BEYOND WALKING FOR HEALTH
Harrowbarrow & Metherell - Progressive Walk
1:30
Harrowbarrow Coombe & Prince 0f Wales Mine Circular
Harrowbarrow circular
1:15
Hingston Down Circular
Hingston Down Circular
0:30
Kit Hill Circular
Kit Hill Circular
0:50
Norris Green/ Honicombe circular
Norris Green/ Honicombe circular
1:30
St Anne's Chapel/Honicombe Circular
St Anne's Chapel/Honicombe Circular
1:30
Tamar Trails to Chimney Rock
Tamar Trails to Chimney Rock
1:30
Tamar Valley Centre Circular
Tamar Valley Centre Circular
0:30
Tavistock Sawmills - Progressive Walk
Tavistock Sawmills - Progressive Walk
1:30
The Hurlers
The Hurlers
1:00
Todworthy/Frieseland Triangle
Todworthy/Frieseland Triangle
1:30
Under Cadson Bury Circular
Under Cadson Bury Circular
1:15
Up and Around Hingston Down - BEYOND WALKING FOR HEALTH
Up and Around Hingston Down - BEYOND WALKING FOR HEALTH
1:30

Thursday morning walks, open to all.  We are promoting the walks to local communities and the wider community in the city of Plymouth, as well as specific community groups.

Walks often use the local public transport network (rail, bus and ferry) to provide a greater variety of suitable health walk routes in the AONB area.

The AONB offers a number of safe and newly developed off road trails through the mining heritage area.

June 2018

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
28
29
30
31
1
2
3
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
 
 
 
Kit Hill Circular
10:00
 
 
 
 
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
 
 
 
Hingston Down Circular
10:00
 
 
 
 
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
 
 
 
Calstock via Danescombe Valley
10:00
 
 
 
 
25
26
27
28
29
30
1
 
 
 
Tamar Trails to Chimney Rock
10:00
 
 
 
 

Contacts

David Olver
Walks Coordinator
01822 834057
walkscoordinator@tamarvalley.org.uk
  

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