For inspirational and fun family walks along the South West Coast Path look no further. Kids will enjoy discovering the land of myths and legends, climbing hills and exploring secret coves linked to infamous smugglers.
For tech-savvy nature lovers – why not try a bit of geocaching for a modern-day treasure hunt using GPS to search for hidden caches in the countryside.
Why not try out one of the Rubbings Trails at Wembury? Or check out our new Noss Mayo walk leaflet, as explored by the children from Sparkwell All Saints Primary School. Or follow the National Trust’s audio trail that tells the tale of its smuggling past at Stonebarrow Hill, near Charmouth in Dorset?
Even with a pushchair, you can still get out and about – check out our easy access walks for a selection of routes free of stiles and steps along relatively firm and level paths.
These walks are perfect for children and parents in the school holidays or an active family weekend.