Valley Line trails
local information | history of the area
The Tamar Valley Line runs for 15 miles across the River Tavy and alongside the River Tamar that forms the border between the counties of Devon and Cornwall. The Tamar Valley is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
walks are circular, some are linear but all allow you to explore the Tamar
Valley at your own pace. All walks are mapped on OS Map Explorer 109 Plymouth
and the Tamar Valley 1:25 000 scale, and it is recommended this be used in
addition to the directions given in the links below.
the link below to download Acrobat reader
the complete booklet (in pdf format) can be downloaded here
- Relate the sketch map to the route description before setting out.
- Read several sentences before continuing on the walk, following one sentence at a time can create doubt.
- You will find the Ordnance Survey Explorer Map 108 (Lower Tamar Valley & Plymouth) useful.
- Wear sturdy walking shoes and suitable clothing.
occasions short term work may mean diversions are put in place. Please follow
local signage if necessary.
- Please remember all public rights of way cross private land and keep to paths.
Devon & Cornwall
Rail Partnership | School of Geography | University of Plymouth | Plymouth PL4 8AA
Tel/Fax: 01752 233094