“The Walker” has been installed where the Coleridge Way, Two Moors Way, South West Coast Path, and Tarka Trail meet.
This stretch of the South West Coast Path surely has be one of the most impressive and well worth the effort.
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.
Badgworthy: Blackmore’s landscape, the landscape of the medieval farmers, the elusive sanctuary of the hermits of Badgworthy.
Rising some 600 feet above the Bristol Channel, the cliffs of Castle Rock and Rugged Jack in the Valley of Rocks evoke wilderness and romance.
The dramatic nature of the Valley of Rocks in Lynton & Lynmouth has attracted writers and visitors for centuries to Devon’s North Coast.
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.