• Walks

    A selection of walks for your enjoyment!

    Lee Village Walk - The Old Post Office wall, Lee

    Approx 45 - 60 minutes

    A short walk exploring the fragrances and textures of the village and its gardens.

    Smugglers Path Walk - Chapel Cottage

    Approx 1.5 hours

    A short walk exploring some of the places and legends surrounding Lee's smuggling past

    Woodland Walk - Southcliffe Hall

    Approx 1 - 2 hours

    A medium length circular walk exploring the wooded hills and valleys surrounding Lee.

    Coast and Country - Damage Valley to Bennett's Mouth

    Approx 2 hours

    A longer walk through the hills and valleys around Lee, returning via the coastal path.

    Clifftop, gorse and heather - Bullpoint Lighthouse

    Approx 3+ hours

    A harder walk over coastal heathlands via Damage Barton and Bull Point Lighthouse

    Woolacombe to Putsborough along the sandy beach

    Approx 4+ hours

    Circular walk. A lovely 3 mile walk along the golden sands of Woolacombe Bay. Taking the coastal path from Puttsborough to Baggy Point. Watch the sunset from the beach.

    Tarr Steps, Liscombe, Dulverton - Exmoor National Park


    Clapper bridge of medieval origin over the River Barle . Each slab weighs up to two tons. 17 spans covering 180 feet/55 metres. Many and varied walks through National Trust land and along the river bank.

    Lorna Doone Walk, packhorse bridge and Inn at Malmsmead, Exmoor National Park


    Badgworthy Valley is the setting for R D Blackmoor's novel 'Lorna Doone'. Picturesque walks past the packhorse bridge, rhododendron bushes in plenty, wildlife, meandering river, woods, moorland and heath, spectacular views towards Wales.

    Hunter's Inn to Heddon's mouth

    Approx 1 hour

    A gentle stroll through ancient woodland alongside the River Heddon, to where it meets the sea between some of England's highest cliffs

    Valley of the Rocks - majestic, rugged, awesome

    Not for the faint hearted

    Wild, majestic scenery. Road very narrow and steep. Be wary!