Staggeringly beautiful rock formations, dramatic cliffs and a stunning beach. Once notorious for smugglers and wreckers, this stretch of coastline is now a great place to get away from the crowds and enjoy the dramatic scenery of cliffs, rocky headlands and sandy bays. Look out for seals as you walk from Morte Point towards Bull
The largest cliffs in England offering the most magnificent views. Combe Martin is a sleepy little seaside resort and it’s easy to think there’s nothing much to do. If you want a great walk to the top of England’s highest cliff, then head to Combe Martin. The cliff face of the Great Hangman is approx.
This isn’t an obvious choice for a circular walk, but it’s well worth it, the scenery is stunning. The walk starts off just inland of the coastal path across Kipscombe Hill then meets up with the South West Coast Path midway to the Somerset County border (following a map is best for this walk). Walking West
A long leafy walk to Lynmouth via Summerhouse Hill. Approx: 1hr 45 mins After leaving Highcliffe House, take the first right onto Lyn Way towards Lynbridge. Lyn Way is located just below Highcliffe’s driveway on Sinai Hill. It is signposted to Sinai House and Summerhouse Hill. Carry on along the footpath to the end which will come
A classic walk from Lynton to Lynmouth via the ‘zig-zag’ path or Poets Walk. Time: 10-15 mins Walking to Lynmouth, after leaving Highcliffe House. Follow Sinai Hill to the bottom then walk past the Vanilla Pod cafe. Follow the pedestrian road up towards the Valley of Rocks Hotel. Cross the road and take the narrow road between