Pegasus Trail

About this route

This newly created walking, mountain-biking and horse-riding trail takes advantage mostly of quiet lanes and public bridleways will eventually link the Granite Way with the Ruby Way.
The waymarked trail takes you from Dartmoor National Park at Meldon through West Devon and into Ruby Country, along a dismantled railway track and into Cookworthy Forest. It also affords excellent links to some exceptional bridleway networks and waymarked ‘Ruby Rides’.
NOTE: the Trail is not yet complete as negotiations continue to complete the route in the vicinity of Ashbury Station. Check the map to see where the Trail currently starts and end (currently Meldon to Broadbury Castle Farm and Beamsworthy to Cookworthy Forest are open).


Pegasus Trail Route Map 1

Pegasus Trail Route Map 2

Getting Around
Parking at Meldon Reservoir and Cookworthy Forest
Country lanes, unsurfaced disused railway tracks, forest tracks

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Interesting information

Along the Trail, far reaching views of Dartmoor, Exmoor and Bodmin Moor are possible on a clear day from the Ashbury Ridge. The Trail passes through Thorndon Cross, Beaworthy and Halwill Junction and passes through forested areas and some classic culm grassland.

Photo of a group of horse riders on a multi use trail at Cookworthy Forest
Cookworthy Forest

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Photo of Tetcott Mano House and outbuildings

Jester Walk around the Estate

This walk is in the far west of Devon in a remote part of the Tamar Valley.  For many centuries,