Then, Now & Next Walk: Wilder Parts of North Exeter — Cancelled due to muddy lanes

Wednesday 3rd April at 14:00-16:00
CANCELLED Carpark at the top of Pennsylvania Hill (on the left)
This was too ambitious, given the weather we recently have had. Jim checked the paths for us and it is way too muddy. So we will have to reschedule this walk for a dryer time. We are currently thinking whether we can put something else in place for 3 April, so watch the site! Original announcement: April and high time for getting out: this time we want to explore Exeter's northern border with a country walk, mostly on paths and bridleways. Bring firm footwear. We hope to see lots of wild flowers and maybe the odd other wild life as well.

This is a 3.5 miles walk including parts of Duryard Valley, Mincinglake Park, Stoke Hill and the Exeter Green Circle. Be prepared for some wonderful views back onto the city and the river mouth, rolling hills, trees breaking into leaves and all the fresh colours only spring can bring! May be we can add with our clothing to this symphony of colour.

Parking is available at the top of Pennsylvania Hill, or the P Bus stops at the top as well.