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Beautiful views from Bleadon Hill

Beautiful views from Bleadon Hill

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Walk information Distance: about 2 miles. Difficulty: easy to medium, with one fairly steep climb. The walk is along a compact gravel surface then a rocky, uneven lane. There are some loose stones, ruts and mud, so wear suitable footwear. Duration: about 1.5 hours at a leisurely pace. Map: OS 153 Explorer



Walk along rocky paths and enjoy far-reaching views of the Somerset Levels and coast during this short climb around Bleadon Hill and Canada Coombe. Bleadon Hill is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and part of the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It features grassland, scrub and woodland, and is home to a variety of plants. Enjoy far-reaching views of the Somerset Levels and coast during this short walk. From the layby on Roman Road, continue east. At the bend, where the road becomes Canada Coombe, continue ahead on the footpath. This is a compact gravel path and bridleway and you’ll catch glimpses of Weston-super-Mare in the distance between the trees. At the end of the path you’ll come to a t-junction. This is signposted as a bridleway, the Butcombe Mendip Pub Trail, and the West Mendip Way. Click HERE for full details and FREE PDF copy

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