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Porlock Weir to Lynmouth / Lynton
...and beautiful wooded combes with seasonal waterfalls and streams. Leave the open harbour of Porlock Weir and climb the steep slopes into Yearnor Wood. From Culbone you can choose to follow the cliffto...
Porlock Woodland Walk
...anded en route from Ireland, with nine ships, plundering Porlock and setting fire to it before proceeding to London. Porlock Weir and much of the land around and behind it are part of the Porlock Mano...
Culbone Church and the Fairytale Tunnels
...and follow it up around the fields and along the track to the lane ahead. Turn right onto the lane and look out for the bridleway on the other side of the road. Turn left onto the bridleway long befor...
Wood Combe
...and around here, on North Hill. Coleridge's friend and fellow poet William Wordsworth had a place in Alfoxden, a few miles away, and the two would often take long night walks together up here over...
Exmoor Projects
...and path repair projects in Exmoor. The Exmoor coast is full of geological and cultural highlights. Wordsworth and Coleridge were both inspired by this landscape and in the local rocks, fossils of pla...
Robber's Bridge
...andit country but now a tranquil beauty spot among birches and beeches, this walk rises and falls through forest and woodland on the side of Culbone Hill, giving breathtaking panoramas out over the co...
Glenthorne
...and Six Combes Walk). The moisture encourages plants and trees to grow, and combes are usually lined with ferns and bracken; and much of the Coast Path between Porlock and Trentishoe features ancient ...