Morexe two
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Moretonhampstead and Exeter.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Moretonhampstead and Exeter.

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This route has been reviewed by 3 people.

This route has been flagged (2 times) for reasons relating to safety.

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Reviews - 3

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Is this route good enough? -  Yes (1) No (1) Maybe (1)

Problems reported -  Safety (2)

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Grid Ref SX7536286082
Lat / Lon 50.66103° / -3.76480°
Easting / Northing 275,362E / 86,082N
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Grid Ref SX9185692947
Lat / Lon 50.72604° / -3.53355°
Easting / Northing 291,856E / 92,947N

Morexe Two's land is

Arable 17.5%
Pasture 48.9%
Urban 18.0%
Woods 15.6%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Andrew Davies

18 Jun 2023 Spring

This is generally a beautiful route, avoiding the main road where possible. However some of the footpaths are very overgrown (certainly in June) with brambles and nettles so shorts are not a good idea! The main road (B3212) is generally quiet for the western half, and drivers are considerate, but it is necessary to step back into the vegetation at times, to let cars pass. This becomes much more of a problem when approaching Exeter, and the climb from the A30 into town is really horrible (and dangerous). I would suggest following the detour given by Morexe Four here.


29 Aug 2022 Summer

In my view walking along the B3212 at Dunsford Road is not safe enough to recommend. There's no footpath and nowhere to easily stand off the road.

I've shared Morexe Four as a strong alternative that's great to walk, but has a pinch point on the B3212 under the A30 that some people will not feel comfortable walking. See my route description and review for more details.

It would be great if someone designed a route option that crosses the A30 entirely on footpaths - but I don't think that's possible!.

Tim Ryan

29 Mar 2022 Spring

This is an excellent route and really should be getting 5 stars. It does have however a section of about half a mile along the busy B3212 between the built up fringes of Exeter to Pocombe bridge and the underpass of the A30, where there is no pavement on either side, double solids in the centre and no escape on either side. traffic can, and does travel fast down there so I would advise caution. It is a shame because the rest of the route is excellent. There are also stepping stones over the river Teign near Dunsford. These need a long stride as the stones are wide apart and some are wobbly.

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