Latest Exe guide released
THE latest visitor guide to the Exe Estuary, the Exe Explorer, is now available.
The revamped free guide is packed with information about where to walk or cycle, including all the latest routes around the Estuary such as the recently opened Lympstone to Exton cycle trail.
All of the paths are shown on a large colour coded map which can be used to plan walking and cycling routes which take in amazing views of the Estuary.
It also includes details of all forms of available transport, such as ferry, train and bus routes as well as accessibility guidance for wheelchair and pushchair users. In addition there is also information about the location of RSPB reserves, toilets, refreshments, local pubs and cafes, parking, cycle hire and bus stops.
A spokesman for Devon County Council said: “The leaflet also provides key information about the estuary with some interesting facts you may not know about this lively and vibrant site.”
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To get your free copy of the Exe Explorer guide or others including Exe Wildlife and Exe Activities, call in to your local Tourist Information Centre or log on to the Exe Estuary website at www.exe-estuary.org.uk.
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