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Just a few yards away from the village of Mortehoe, there are lovely walks around the area and out to the point. Unfortunately it was very cold when we visited with a northerly wind cutting into you on the walk out so we didn't stay...More
Leaving the road one can easily follow the well marked route with many diversions. All round are wonderful views and other than a couple of exposed sections the path is pretty easy.
Don't foreget your camera
We parked in Mortehoe & as we had been out all day with our dog,we only had a chance to do a small section of it. What we did do & what we saw was absolutely stunning & if back in the area would look...More
A relative easy stroll around the north Devon coast. Suggest parking in Mortehoe and walkingto lee beach and then South round the coast. The paths are good, although like all coastal paths, the landscape will be undulating
Walked here to watch the sun go down and well worth it. We were here over New Year so very quiet and could actually only hear silence at one point which is rare! Couldn't even hear the sea so if you want to get away...More
This took just over 2 hours and if you go via the valley (steep climbs) and back via the coast, there’s great variety in the scenery - and exertion levels. Overall I’d say it’s ‘moderate’ for fit and active walkers. It helped that we did...More