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a bump on the horizon, so we had to find out what it was about. Talking the staff at the Inn, they mentioned a car park further up the hill which would be a gentler climb to the top. so we set up, and shortly...More
My family and I walked from Tivington to Dunkery Beacon and back via a round trip.
The initial climb is steepish but soon becomes a gentle, steady climb and not at all strenuous. However, if needed there is no shame in taking the odd rest...More
We came here to scatter my friend's ashes as this was one of her favourite spots. It was my first time at Dunkery Beacon and it took my breath away being so high up with a panoramic view to wonder upon! A really gorgeous place....More
Enjoyable stroll from the car park up to the cairn which marks the highest point of both Exmoor and Somerset. One of the most well-known places on Exmoor and on a clear day you'll see from Dartmoor to the Brecon Beacons.
I've climbed up to Dunkery Beacon times without number, since being dragged up there protesting as an eight year old. It is well worth any effort involved. Truly beautiful and highly to be recommended.
We walked from Porlock via the Moors, along the pebbled beach to the Weir where we had oysters and ginger beer - delicious a treat. By the way you can order oysters to be delivered to the Porlock Spar for £1 an oyster. We then...More
Part of a several hour walk on a day where the weather varied between warm and sunny and cold foggy and drizzly. Though we thought we were well equipped we got quite cold at times, and quite warm at others. The surroundings were also varied...More
Go when the weather is good and you will see a tremendous view.
Quickest route up is from the car park in the south east corner. Very stony walk so walking boots are a must. Uphill walk for about 25 minutes and quite rugged. No...More