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Plym Bridge Woods

Plym Bridge Road, Plymouth PL7 8BD, England
+44 1752 266030
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Great sunday morning walk

A great place to take the kids and your dogs for a Sunday morning walk the path along the walk is... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Plymouth, United Kingdom
Such a nice walk

We had a nice 2 hrs walk, good for dog walking, plenty of trees, easy walk paths. Highly... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Nanami N
Chiba Prefecture, Japan
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“dog walkers” (20 reviews)
“old railway” (14 reviews)
“cycle track” (9 reviews)
Plym Bridge Road, Plymouth PL7 8BD, England
+44 1752 266030

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Reviewed yesterday

A great place to take the kids and your dogs for a Sunday morning walk the path along the walk is tarmac so great for people of all ages look out for people on bikes some treat it as a race track with no respect...More

Thank swat572016
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had a nice 2 hrs walk, good for dog walking, plenty of trees, easy walk paths. Highly recommended!

1  Thank Nanami N
Reviewed 12 April 2017

lovely walks and scenery great for cyclists,dog walkers alsorts young and old ,great place to picnic have a splash in the little pools

Thank louloubelle_12
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Lovely part of Plymouth,could spend the day walking the woods and river .lots of wildlife to spot . Has a great mountain bike track .

Thank andrewK3728EI
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Plym Bridge Woods is a great place to visit no matter what your age. You can walk or ride your bike in beautiful surroundings. There also a steam train at the Coy Pool end of the woods

Thank David H
Reviewed 6 April 2017

A great bike ride along a disused Railway line which is flat has some great views and even a tunnel to go through!

Reviewed 13 March 2017

Lots of cyclists use the cycle path through the woods. But it is a lovely place to walk. With or without a dog. In spring and summer you can see the Plymouth peregrines as a dedicated group of volunteers have several telescopes set up so...More

1  Thank KrispyPlymouth
Reviewed 8 March 2017

Lovely walk, particulary if you have a dog. A number of different areas to wonder around and get the little mut tired.

Thank Stevensal779
Reviewed 7 March 2017

Unspoilt. Total countryside within 3 miles of the City. Beautiful walks for dog walking, but keep them on a lead if unfamiliar with the place

Thank Sally L
Reviewed 4 March 2017

So much variety in the routes you can take the dogs cant get enough of running, jumping and playing here! Beautiful scenery, likeminded other walkers, people respecting each others purpose for being there. Lots of cycling but they are aware of the fact that there...More

Thank Tanz_and_Rog
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Is there a disused canal down here as mentioned in a recent review? If so where is it?
2 October 2016|
Response from h20mpp | Reviewed this property |
Hi, There is a disused canal that runs along side the old track bed towards the plym bridge section of the route. This can be found either side of the railway bridge adjacent and below the plym bridge station. The canal was... More
Rachel D
Thinking of visiting Plymouth but won't be bringing a car, is it possible to get to the woods on bus/ foot from the centre?
25 April 2015|
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