Walks

Hello

Welcome to our first Walk programme for 2022, here will find a great selection of walks with a wide choice of distances and different areas to walk in, some of which you may not have visited before.

As a precaution, in these uncertain times, we are asking our Walk Leaders to collect name and contact details at the start of each walk so we can contact everyone if it is necessary.

Many thanks for your co-operation.

The Walk Team

 

1 December 2021

 

 

 

 

 

The Walk Team

   

Click on the date  (yellow text) of any walk for further information

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 Walking With the OVA Aims and Objectives 

 OVA walks are normally open to all, members and non-members alike, and are free.

Saturday 11 December – 10.00am. 8 miles (day walk)View

11th December 2021

‘Around the Commons’

 

 

 

Wednesday 15 December – 10.00am – 5 miles. 3 hoursView

15th December 2021

‘Wheathill, the Gibralter Stone and Stowford’

Monday 3 January – 10.00am – 6 miles - 3.5 hours.View

3rd January 2022

‘Around the town’

Tuesday 11 January – 10.00 am – 5.3 miles. 3 hours.View

11th January 2022

‘A different Salterton?’

 

Tuesday 25 January – 10.00am – 5 miles – 2.5 hours.View

25th January 2022

‘Orcombe Circular’

Wednesday 2 February - 10.00am – 5.5 miles - 3 hours.View

2nd February 2022

‘Coast and Common’

Wednesday 9 February – 10.00am – 6 miles - 3 hours.View

9th February 2022

‘The Hunter’s Path and Teign Gorge’

Tuesday 15 February – 10.00am – 5.5 miles - 3 hours.View

15th February 2022

‘Railway Reminisce’

Thursday 24 February – 10.00am – 8.5 miles – 5 hours.View

24th February 2022

‘Shute Hill and River Yarty’

Wednesday 2 March – 10.30am – 9 miles Moderate. 5 hours.View

2nd March 2022

‘Early Spring walk on Dartmoor’

Tuesday 8 March – 10.00am – 5 miles – 3 hours. Booking requiredView

8th March 2022

‘Ottery and Spring Gardens’

Thursday 17 March 10.00am 8.5 miles plus lunchView

17th March 2022

'Patteson's Way'

Thursday 24 March – 10.00am – 7 miles - 3 hours plus coffee stop.View

24th March 2022

'A walk from Broadhembury and a glide back'