Whichever corner you turn in the Heddon Valley, whatever time of day and however the sunlight falls, the trees and hue are just beautiful.
This historic, wildlife-rich and the panoramic circular walk takes you through the lives of the Bronze Age to evidence of the 1952 floods.
To the west of Lynton & Lynmouth lies the beautifully rugged Morte Point and Bull Point Peninsula.
Doone Valley, Oare, Robbers Bridge & Malmsmead circular. An advanced, underrated rugged walk which requires some navigation competency.
Walkthrough tunnels of 100yr sessile oaks, waterfalls, bright gorse, purple heather, butterflies and wonderful woodland and coastal smells.
Great Hangman – England’s highest shear cliff face 244m (800ft) is also the same height as the Shard.
Fill your senses – smells, taste and spectacular sights, including Hoar Oak Cottage, via Cheriton following Tarka trail or Two Moors Way.