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Walks & Walking Routes In Somerset
This stretch of the coast path from Doniford to East Quantoxhead has everything from quintessential English villages to historic churches, wonderful wild flowers to geological marvels and is a great walk for families, keen walkers and nature lovers.
This walk takes you from the shingle beach at Dunster up to the magnificent medieval village with its yarn market and topped off with a castle.
This circular walk will take you on a journey around the picturesque village of Kilve and its lovely beach, where the ancient limestone has been carved over millions of years into glorious geometric patterns.
Brean Down is a promontory of the Mendips Hills extending 1.5 miles out into the Bristol Channel at the eastern end of Bridgwater Bay with views over to the two small islands of Steep Holm and Flat Holm.
The circular walk centred on St Audries Beach is ideal for families as it has plenty to stir the imagination with interesting rock patterns – natural and man-made – an incredible waterfall, fossils and sea creatures.
The Watchet to Washford walk along the Old Mineral Line is ideal for keen walkers and families. There is loads to see and do in beautiful Watchet.
Amazing rock formations are revealed at low-tide on this walk from the charming and historic estate of Lilstock which offers glimpses of rare flora and fauna and remarkable geology
The walk around historic Bridgwater fittingly starts and finishes at the Docks because thanks to its position on the tidal river Parrett.
The walk centred on Steart Marshes opens up a fascinating world of newly created salt marsh which is acting as a buffer against rising sea levels and a fantastic habitat for a range of unusual flora and wildfowl.
Jaw dropping gorges, caves and rocky ravines in the Mendips, walk where Exmoor National Park falls into the ocean on the South West Coast Path. Journey in the footsteps of the Romantic Poets on The Coleridge Way...
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