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Exeter Canal


Type of walk

Flat, Park

What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Animals On Route, Water On Route, Refreshments Available

About this walk
You can make this walk as long or short as you like. We parked for free just off the A379 Bridge Road then walked upstream through the fields to the Double Locks pub. (Which is very dog friendly)

You could continue and walk further following the footpath up to Exeter Quay which has lots of nice bars and restaurants. Or from the car park you can walk downstream to the The Turf (another dog friendly pub) and follow the tow path out to Powderham Castle. There were no animals in the fields when we visited but there were cattle grids along the way so there may be at some point.

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54 Bridge Rd, Exeter EX2 7BB, UK

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