A great all-ability trail, with fun features for children with regular resting points, that takes in some stunning views over Exeter and Dartmoor. This trail is suitable for walkers and beginner cyclists.
More demanding in places this trail leads to an area that has been cleared to provide habitat for some of Britain’s rarer butterfly species.
A discretely waymarked and more demanding trail showing off some of our magnificent trees and habitats.
Experience some of the wildlife living in the forest with a visit to the bird of prey viewpoint but don't forfet your binoculars! Although fully surfaced this trail is more demanding, be prepared for a few steep ascents and descents.
Another relaxing all-ability trail with regular resting points, waymarked by a series of sensory features, it offers breathtaking views over the Exe estuary and along the Jurassic Coast.
Looking for a new way to get fit and healthy? Why not give Nordic walking a go?
Regular Nordic Walking classes are held at Haldon Forest Park on Wednesdays and Saturdays 10am-11.30am. Call Fiona on 01626 890120 or e-mail Fiona@nordicwalkingdevon.co.uk to find out more.
Dogs are certainly welcome at Haldon Forest Park – what better way for you and your dog to get some exercise?
We have several short ‘dog trails’ so that your dog can relieve itself at the start of a walk away from the main trails, and dog bins are provided close to the car parks. More information for dog owners.
The Countryside Mobility scheme provides easy access to the countryside for people with disabilities living in and visiting South West England through a mobility scooter hire scheme. 'Tramper' all-terrain mobility scooters provide access for all to a wide range of wheelchair accessible outdoor visitor attractions across the region including Haldon Forest Park.
For more information visit the Countryside Mobility website.
You can download a map of our trails.