Route: Plymouth’s Co-operative Way

Submitted by frankdoestrails on Sat, 02/17/2024 - 06:01am
United Kingdom
13.17 mi
Vertical Gain
1,614 ft

As part of its 140th anniversary celebrations in 2000, the Plymouth and West Devon Co-operative Society, working with Plymouth City Council, created the Co-operative Way. The Co-operative Way is a gift to the City of Plymouth and is a fully way marked route which will take you into areas of the city you never knew existed.
This 13 miles circular route, that starts and finishes at Home Park, takes you around most of the city, through areas full of unexpected wildlife and past history you can touch.
You will follow streamside paths in nature reserves, spot rare wild flowers and unusual city dwellers and walk the carriageway where Charles I rode to take the salute from his army.