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An invigorating 1.3 mile climb on the South West Coast Path through mixed woodland, rich in wildlife and with magnificent views out across the Bristol Channel. The return route drops gently downhill along a Victorian drive built by the Luttrells of...more
Used to walk hear a lot until last year when I had a unpleasant conversation with some people who were camping in the scrub land. They have been there for months and despite numerous emails too the council nothing has changed, in fact yesterday when...More
I often walk my dog along the coast path to Culver Field and woods. Great walk, fairly level to the end of the field and a gradual slope up into the woods, this can be a short circular walk or a longer one along the...More
Found where the coastal walk starts however the weather was freezing on the day. Having walking around town and along the length of the sea front we were frozen.
The monument can be found near to the end of the seafront towards the harbour. We...More
Fantastic walking, amazing sea and moorland views. Can be strenuous in places so seek local advice / consult map for the path gradients that suit you best. Great for escaping into the countryside and leaving the town behind surprisingly quickly. Lots of Exmoor ponies on...More
We began the south west coast path at Minehead and decided to walk and see where our adventures took us, we experienced some gorgeous views along the way! Some of the climbs were challenging and made me realise how unfit I actually am, but the...More
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David's tips are spot on. In addition, the walk finder part of the South West Coast Path website has the ability to filter for those walks that are easy going, and has links to where you can find more information about... More
David's tips are spot on. In addition, the walk finder part of the South West Coast Path website has the ability to filter for those walks that are easy going, and has links to where you can find more information about terrain etc. Another good place to look is the Countryside Mobility SW website - they hire out rugged mobility scooters at lots of countryside sites, including a couple on Exmoor. Even if you have your own scooter, its worth checking out, as their sites will be fairly accessible.
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