Tarka Trail Meeth

Tarka Trail Meeth - Devon Landscapes
Golden colours of a quite sheltered walk along The Tarka Trail in late autumn in between the very tall trees at Meeth, Devon.
The Tarka Trail is a series of footpaths and cyclepaths (rail trails) around North Devon, that follow the route taken by the fictional Tarka the Otter in the book of that name. It covers a total of 180 miles (290 km). The 31-mile (50 km) section between Braunton and Meeth is car-free, level and mostly tarmacked, and is shared by pedestrians and cyclists, with horseriding also permitted on part of it. A section of the Trail is part of National Cycle Network route number 27 and forms part of the route known as the Devon Coast to Coast Cycle Route a route of 99 miles (159 km) from Ilfracombe to Plymouth largely using former railway lines.
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