Walks of South West England

Granite Tors on Dartmoor
Granite Tors on Dartmoor

Walk Miles Description
Seatown and Golden Cap 2.8 A walk climbing from sea level to reach panoramic views on a Dorset clifftop.
Venford Reservoir and Bench Tor 3.0 A walk to a view of the Dart valley from the gritstone outcrops of Bench Tor.
Leigh Woods National Nature Reserve, Stokeleigh Camp and the Avon Gorge 3.2 Through the lush woodland of a nature reserve on the edge of a dramatic gorge.
Englishcombe, Inglesbatch, Priston Mill and Wilmin 4.4 A rural walk in Somerset to an 18th century working water mill.
Kimmeridge, Steeple, Grange Arch and Ridgeway Hill 4.9 A lovely walk to folly with panoramic views from the Purbeck Hills.
Cheddar Gorge 5.0 From Cheddar, along the heights above the gorge to the fringe of the Mendip hills.
Holford, The Great Road, Beacon Hill and Smith's Combe 5.4 A walk on open moors with broad vistas in the Quantock Hills.
Lamorna Cove, Boskenna and the Merry Maidens 5.4 Over clifftops and past ancient monuments with stunning seascape views.
Broad Chalke, Fovant Down, Chiselbury Hill Fort and Compton Down 5.8 From the Ebble valley to unique chalk carvings and an iron age hillfort on Fovant Down.
Malmsmead, Badgworthy Water, Southern Wood and Lorna Doone Farm 6.5 To the ruggedness of Exmoor, following in the footsteps of the lawless Doone family.
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