Honiton, Luppit, and Combe Raleigh
A moderate 11-mile ride with challenging uphill and downhill sections, suitable for experienced cyclists with a good level of fitness. Visit Wolford Chapel and Combe Woods along the way. Stop off at St Mary’s Church in Luppitt, to see one of the oldest fonts in Devon.
One of eight cycle routes in the Blackdown Hills AONB – Route 4
Look out for:
- Wolford Chapel, the burial place of John Graves Simcoe first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada from 1792. The Chapel and gardens are now owned by the Province of Ontario.
- Combe Woods at Combe Raleigh.
- St Mary’s Church at Luppitt dates from the Norman period with one of the oldest fonts in Devon.
Grid reference: ST158007
Postcode: EX14 1LX