This stretch of the South West Coast Path surely has be one of the most impressive and well worth the effort.
Lynton & Lynmouth – where all Walkers are Welcome.
It’s easy to see why these two charming coastal villages are known as a ‘Walker’s Paradise. It really is the perfect place for walkers and explorers with so many walks to choose from; coastal paths, woodland trails or moorland rambles.
Walking with Gregg from Lee House B&B in Lynton, from Lynmouth to Butter Hill via Watersmeet for his Samaritan’s Challenge.
An invigorating Exmoor walk from Watersmeet to Desolate then back to Watersmeet via Lynmouth’s Foreland Point.
Whichever corner you turn in the Heddon Valley, whatever time of day and however the sunlight falls, the trees and hue are just beautiful.
A short walk to break in a new pair of boots. Watersmeet, up to the Blue Ball Inn circling South Hill and back over Trilley Ridge.
This historic, wildlife-rich and the panoramic circular walk takes you through the lives of the Bronze Age to evidence of the 1952 floods.
A circular walk through Barton Wood near Lynton & Lynmouth in Exmoor for a fun fungi foray amongst the beech nuts.
A 4-mile walk from Watersmeet, up to Trilley Ridge, out to the Foreland & then back down to Watersmeet via the Blue Ball Inn & Chiselcombe.
To the west of Lynton & Lynmouth lies the beautifully rugged Morte Point and Bull Point Peninsula.
A 4-1/2-mile walk from Watersmeet, via Hilsford Bridge, through Combe Park to Beggars Roost, then back via East Lyn farm to Watersmeet.