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cycling route in Devon :

  • Devon (Ilfracombe > Plymouth)

    Devon (Ilfracombe > Plymouth) [159.1 km]

    Ilfracombe > Barnstaple > Torrington > Okehampton > Tavistock > Plymouth
    • Family from Barnstaple to Torrington
    • Intermediate from Ilfracombe to Barnstaple and from Torrington to Okehampton and from Okehampton to Tavistock and from Tavistock to Plymouth

    The English section of Velodyssey take you into the heart of the County of Devon – famous for its green, rolling hills, well-preserved villages and welcoming pubs. This route mainly follows the former steam train tracks - making it accessible to all – and will lead you to discover the wild and magnificent beauty of Dartmoor.

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  • Okehampton > Axminster

    Okehampton > Axminster [101.1 km]

    Okehampton > Exeter > Sidmouth > Axminster
    • Intermediate from Okehampton to Exeter
    • Expert from Exeter to Sidmouth and from Sidmouth to Axminster

    This section has something for everyone: verdant hills and pastures, a beautiful coastline designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, and city attractions. You’ll also ride through some of Devon’s most picturesque villages. At times physically demanding, this section rewards you with some outstanding scenery.

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  • Plymouth > Okehampton

    Plymouth > Okehampton [67 km]

    Plymouth > Tavistock > Okehampton
    • Intermediate from Plymouth to Tavistock and from Tavistock to Okehampton

    To ride this section is to experience Devon’s huge variety of landscapes: from the urban expanse of Plymouth to the thick forestation of Plymbridge Woods and the stark beauty of Dartmoor. The route is mostly off-road and uses former railway lines, giving cyclists a thrilling ride through tunnels and across dramatic viaducts.

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