Explore the heaths at night with Wild East Devon

As part of our Bluebell Week celebrations, explore this magical heathland at night with a small group guided walk with a Wild East Devon ranger

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Join a Wild East Devon Ranger for a night walk as part of Bluebell Week celebrations. The visit starts with an introduction to the nature reserve, the fascinating nature and history of the heathlands. You will find out how the team work to protect and enhance the reserve’s wildlife and visitors will also have opportunity to quiz the warden about what can be found in the water, trees and air as well as how the reserve is run.

Discover owls, bats, nightjars and explore how good your night vision really is.

With a highly qualified and experienced nature reserve ranger leading the way - learn all about the fascinating variety of wildlife that call the woodlands home, local and natural history of the area, relax and reflect, stay healthy and enjoy this gentle form of exercise and practice mindful walking to aid with gaining greater perspective, clarity and balance.

Please note: these walks are for private bookings only of up to 5 people. You will be sharing your walking experience with one more party.

Bring a torch just in case!

The walk will ensure the social distancing rules are upheld but allow visitors to reconnect with the outdoors and recharge their mental and physical wellness whilst under the leadership and expertise of a Wild East Devon Ranger taking you around a spectacular Devon nature rserve. Step into the fresh air and stunning quiet outdoor landscapes for this intimate two-hour guided walk for a couple, family or small group of friends.


There are no places available.

How much

£20.00 per family.




White Cross car park
Fire Beacon Lane


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Meet at Forestry Commission White Cross car park at the end of East Hill strips. Free car parking at White Cross Car Park.


Event aimed at everyone .

Not suitable for under 8s. All children must be accompanied. Rough tracks with muddy sections.

Further info

Call Wild East Devon on 01395 517557 or email wild@eastdevon.gov.uk