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Plym Bridge Woods, Plymouth
(4.6/5 based on 240 reviews on the web)
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  • Lovely place for children to explore. There is even a river that you could play in but it is cold. You can walk your dogs there, they love to play in the woods & river... the only downside is that som...  more »
  • When we first discovered this walk with the dog we only used the path which was also a cycle track which can be dodgy when cyclists either don't use a bell or ring it when they are too close! Then we ...  more »
  • We happened across the lovely spot through friends we accompanied on a dog walk. If you park at Coypool park and ride (free) you can cycle along the well kept (and flat) cycle track to the PlymBridge ...  more »
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  • Such a nice walk way and cycling parth. The cycle parth / walking parth is amazing
  • Stunning dog walks up on the higher paths away from river and crowds
  • Park up where you can. Walk down from the bridge until you find the pedestrian walkway over the river. Turn left and wade across to the small island towards Leigham. Great place on a sunny day
  • Love the variety of terrain and of course plymvalley parkrun
  • i used to be a frequent visitor of plymbridge with my dog, i would go down on my mobility scooter and generally enjoy it, but after time got to the stage where i was fed up with other dog owners allowing their dogs to run wild and try and attack my dog who was always on a flexi lead, one attack by an Alsatian left me shook up and i lost a shoe in the struggle, i have sadly now given up going there, some dog owners just give you abuse, there's always been a real lack of dog poo bins as well so you see small bags of poo strewn up and down the path, no signs up at all warning dog owners to keep control of their dogs at all times, and there have been several cases i've heard of about people being harassed by others dogs, the national trust need to be more pro active and get more signs up clearly stating the byelaw on dogs, and these should be highly visible in plymbridge car park, i think plymbridge is a lovely place to go but my safety and well being are more important to me and i no longer go.