Canoeing on the River Exe


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  1. Add Co Bikes to your Itinerary

    Co Bikes

    11-15 Dix's Field, Exeter

    Experience an easy, enjoyable, electric Exeter with Co Bikes.

    The hire-by-the-half hour electric bikes are great fun to use and perfect for exploring the hilly city of Exeter. Riders can hire, ride and drop the bikes off at any Co Bikes site – much…

  2. Add Culm Valley Cloth Trail to your Itinerary

    Culm Valley Cloth Trail


    The river Culm flows from the Blackdown Hills into the Exe and out to sea through the ports of Exeter and Topsham. There is a long history of cloth and clothing production in settlements and mills using water power along the Culm, with some exports…

  3. Add Tiverton Merchants' Trail to your Itinerary

    Tiverton Merchants' Trail


    In its heyday (1500-1750), Tiverton was famous for the manufacture of woollen cloth. Thousands found work and merchants grew rich. The Merchants Trail can be followed around the town of today.

  4. Add Explore the Exe Estuary by bicycle on the Exe Estuary Trail to your Itinerary

    Explore the Exe Estuary by bicycle on the Exe Estuary Trail


    Pass through beautiful riverside towns and villages steeped in maritime history on this purpose-built 26 mile cycle route.

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    Land Rover Experience West Country


    4x4 off-road driving instruction in Land Rovers on a site with full facilities, along with archery & clay pigeon shooting by arrangement.

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  6. Add Grand Western Canal to your Itinerary

    Grand Western Canal


    Opened in 1814, this peaceful, eleven mile long canal is great for walking, boating, angling, cycling, picnics and nature walking.