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Tamara Coast to Coast 

The Tamara Coast to Coast Way, a new walking route that connects the south and north coasts of the South West, is officially open and Tavistock is the perfect base for those wanting to take this epic adventure on!

Starting at Cremyl in Plymouth, the route follows much of the River Tamar and the historic boundary between Devon and Cornwall from sea to source. The 87-miles take you through the majestic Tamar Valley, past the source of the Tamar River and finishes at Marsland Mouth near Morwenstow.


It should take the average walker seven days to complete in full but individual stages can be enjoyed at any time.

It is a great opportunity to discover stunning river-valley landscapes in the Tamar Valley AONB and the Cornwall and West Devon Mining World Heritage Site, of which Tavistock is part. 

The route has been devised by the Tamara Landscape Partnership Scheme and you can learn more, plus order a guidebook, from Visit Tamar Valley.

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