Torchlit Trail Devon

*This event is now fully booked please email [email protected] with how many places you require to join the waiting list*
 
Where: Coleton Fishacre
When: Fiday 26th October
Start time: 18:00
Distance: 4 miles
Theme: Night walk
Suitable for: anyone comfortable walking on even ground by torchlight. This is not recommended for children under the age of 12.
Difficulty: A moderate level of fitness is needed, there are some steep ascents and descents on this route!
Hosted by: The National Trust
Meeting place: Brownstone National Trust car park, nearest postcode TQ6 0EH


Join this magical evening flaming torch lit walk along the South West Coast Path around Coleton Fishacre and Froward Point. Carry your own flaming torch and navigate along this beautiful piece of Coast Path viewing it in a whole different light.

The walk will take in the WWII gun battery at Froward Point and the stunning garden at Coleton Fishacre before returning you to your start point, which weather permitting will provide panoramic moonlit views of Torbay South Devon and Dartmoor.
 
Please remember that this guided walk takes place after nightfall which makes it wonderfully atmospheric, but also makes an electric torch a necessity! We also recommend bringing gloves for safely holding your flaming torch.

Please wear sensible footwear, pack a waterproof and bring plenty of drinking water in a re-usable bottle.

Advance booking essential.

Event/Challenge Intro

  • Guided walk
  • Your own flaming torch
  • Downloadable Coast Path fundraising guide

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photographer: Vickie Moss PhotographyColeton Fishacre Torchlit Trail 2017

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photographer: Catherine CarterGolden Cap Torchlit Trail 2017