Black Girls Hike: Devon – Exeter St Davids to Topsham

Saturday 7th May

Black Girls Hike: Devon – Exeter St David’s train station to Topsham (Saturday 7th May, 10am) Easy: 3 Hours.


Difficulty: Easy– Circular walk, very flat. We shall be walking along a very scenic river and passing old mills. Public toilets in Exeter and Topsham. Bring water and a light lunch.

Age: 18+

How much is it? Suggested donation £5. As a registered non-profit, your support helps our community grow. Enabling us to provide opportunities for Black women across the UK to explore and reconnect with nature.

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Can I come to Black Girls Hike?

As the name suggests, this is a safe space for Black/Mixed Race cis and trans women and non-binary people of Black African and / or Caribbean descent who are comfortable in a space that centres the experiences of Black women. We are not a BAME, POC, BIPOC, WOC, Politically Black or Ally organisation.

What do I need to bring?

Walking boots / shoes with ankle support essential. No pumps or sliders.

Food and water

Extra layers

Waterproof jacket


Please ensure any medication is bought with you e.g., asthma pump or epi pen

Planning your journey

●Join our Facebook group to arrange car shares and connect with other hikers –

(When requesting to join the FB group, please answer the membership questions)