Morgan Hayes Covert Forest Circular Walk
Walking the Morgan Hayes Covert Forest Circular is a straightforward adventure in Devon that will allow you to explore some of the peaceful forests of the area. While out on the trail, you will stroll through a tranquil woodland setting and take in the natural beauty of the trees and wildlife, as you loop along the hillside. This is a great trail for walkers of all skill levels.
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Route Description for Morgan Hayes Covert Forest Circular Walk
Although it doesn’t offer any stunning vistas, the Morgan Hayes Covert Forest Circular Walk is a great trail that will allow you to disconnect from the outside world to relax and get in touch with nature. Setting out from the trailhead, you will enter into the dense cover of the forest with open farmlands just out of the tree cover to the right. After reaching the northeasternmost part of the trail, you will gently descend the hillside and loop back to the southwest, once again making your way through the serene woodland atmosphere on the way to the trailhead.
Getting to the Morgan Hayes Covert Forest Circular Walk Trailhead
To reach the trailhead for the Morgan Hayes Covert Forest Circular Walk from Colyton, drive southwest on Sidmouth Road for 0.3 km and continue straight onto New Sidmouth Road for 4.2 km. Make a slight right onto A3052 and follow it for 0.8 km, turning right to arrive at the parking area.
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