Salply one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Saltash and Plymouth.

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Grid Ref SX4310358709
Lat / Lon 50.40724° / -4.20938°
Easting / Northing 243,103E / 58,709N
What3Words seducing.bring.broadens
Grid Ref SX4776454430
Lat / Lon 50.37001° / -4.14210°
Easting / Northing 247,764E / 54,430N

Salply One's land is

Estuary 5.0%
Green urban 11.7%
Urban 70.2%
Woods 13.1%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


James Waghorn

08 Jun 2022 Spring

Without adding much to the shortest route, this brings the pleasure of Ham Woods and Central Park to an otherwise urban yomp.

Tim Carson

06 Apr 2022 Spring

Nice walk through suburban streets, a peaceful stretch through Ham Woods and then good use of Central Park. Exeter City fans be warned: this route goes right past Home Park's Devonport End! No obstructions and good access throughout.


31 May 2021 Spring

Easy to walk, mostly flat although there is a fairly steep hill around Fletemoor Rd. on the way to Ham Woods.

There are public toilets just past the Tamar Bridge near the toll booths, and on Central Park near the Life Centre.

A scenic route, taking in the views over the River Tamar, Ham Woods, and Central Park. It does involve walking through some residential areas, but the traffic is not too busy usually.

The only places where traffic might be a problem are St. Budeaux Square and as you get closer to the City Centre. Traffic on the Tamar Bridge can get really busy at certain times, but there are cycle routes alongside the pedestrian footpath on the Bridge.

However, the route between Ham Woods and Central Park is confusing. It passes through a residential area, and I got lost trying to follow the route. I had to use Google Maps for directions to Central Park. It could just be my mistake, but I'm not 100% certain that the map is accurate for this area. You might need to have an app like Google Maps to get through that section.

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