Two Counties Way

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Statistics and Files
Start: French Weir, Taunton
Distance: 56 miles (90 km)
Grid Ref: ST220249
Climbing: 1,223 metres
Walk time: 22-28 hours
Days: 3-5

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Two Counties Way is a long distance footpath which follows the route of the Grand Western Canal to Tiverton and then down the Exe Valley, via Bickleigh, Silverton, Killerton and Broad Clyst to Exeter. The final section takes in the towpath of Exeter Ship Canal and Powderham (with its Castle) to reach the end at Starcross. Passing through, or near to, Bradford on Tone, Wellington, Tiverton, Bickleigh, Exeter and Kenton, the route is coincident in short sections with the West Deane Way, Grand Western Canal walk and the Exe Valley Walk. In essence it provides a link from Taunton to the South West Coast Path National Trail. (Source: LDWA)

Useful Links:
My Two Counties Way Walk - Bradford on Tone, Wellington
My Two Counties Way Walk - Wellington to Tiverton
Long Distance Walkers Association

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