This resources page brings together the range of documents, flyers and reports that can be found throughout the pages of this website. If you require any further information, please check our FAQs or get in touch.


East Devon Way Guide: Download a 60 page walker’s guidebook for this beautiful 40 mile walk between Exmouth and Lyme Regis through the heart of East Devon AONB. Hard copies also available – see HERE.

Discover: An A2 foldout leaflet of the AONB  (can be scaled to A4 when printing at home) with illustrated map, five short walks and a short overview of picturesque villages and market towns you can visit and enjoy. For individual PDFs for each of the 5 walks in this leaflet visit our walking page. Hard copies also available on request. 

If you would like hard copies of any of the leaflets above, please contact us for availability and costs for post etc. For East Devon Way booklet only, find details here.



Mason’s Trail
A guided walk booklet for this short (5km) trail route, using the South West Coast Path and footpaths, that reveals the rich legacy of stone working and quarrying in the area.

Blackbury Camp
A detailed historical guide to this popular East Devon Iron Age settlement.



Walk This Way
These leaflets have been designed with accessibility in mind and to encourage people of all ages to walk for their health.  Produced in partnership with Living Options Devon and Leisure East Devon.

Beer Head; Branscombe; Lower Otter Valley and Ladram Bay; Mutter’s Moor and Peak Hill; and Trinity Hill


Project Reports

More to Explore

East Devon AONB Projects

We lead, partner and support projects that focus on a wide range of themes, including landscape and heritage, environmental quality and climate, biodiversity, recreation and tourism.

Outdoors & Active

Whether you prefer walking, cycling, running or playing, everyone feels happier and healthier when they spend time in nature being more active.

East Devon Way

Discover the hidden gems of East Devon and explore this much loved walking route that links 40 miles of public footpaths, trails and bridleways.