Channel to Channel (Devon and Somerset)

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Start: Seaton, Devon
Distance: 50 miles (80 km)
Grid Ref: SY244898
Climbing: 1,630 metres
Walk time: 20-25 hours
Days: 2-4

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Channel to Channel (Devon and Somerset) is a long distance walking route which links the English Channel with the Bristol Channel along the narrow waist of the south west peninsula. The route was designed and developed upon by members of the Ramblers' Association. From the starting point at the a small seaside town of Seaton in East Devon the walk heads northwards. Places visited on the route include Holyford Woods Nature Reserve, Sand Pit Hill, River Coly (near Colyton), Lexhayne Mill, Seaton Junction, Kilmington, Coryton, River Yarty, Beckford Bridge, Lower Yartyford, Howley, Marsh, Bishopswood, Fyfett, Blackdown Hills, Adcombe Hill, Pitminster, Poundisford Park, Staplehay, Trull, Vale of Taunton Dean, River Tone, Taunton, Staplegrove, Yarford, Cothelstone, Shopnoller, Seven Ash, Crowcombe Heathfield, Higher Vexford, Stogumber, Escott, Capton, Williton and St Decumans before the route ends on reaching the Bristol Channel in Watchet.

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