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Somerset Dedicated Walking Routes

South West Coast Path
630 miles of superb coastal walking from Minehead in West Somerset on the edge of the Exmoor National Park to the shores of Poole Harbour in Dorset. The best way to enjoy the wonderful coastal scenery, wildlife and heritage.
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The Macmillan Way West
102 mile, fully waymarked branch path leaving the main path at Castle Cary in Somerset and heading across the Somerset Levels, the Quantocks and Exmoor National Park, to Barnstaple on the North Devon coast.
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Somerset is a great destination to enjoy a walking holiday, perfect for lovers of the great outdoors.
An infinite variety of byways, bridlepaths, towpaths and footpaths await, traversing high heather moor, low lying wetland, limestone gorge, farmland and coast. Ramble amid an abundance of wildlife from tiny plants found only on the Somerset Levels to Britain's largest wild mammal, the magnificent Red Deer of Exmoor.

Wander over five ranges of hills, the Blackdowns, Mendips, Quantocks, Brendons and Poldens. Each offers individual character and far reaching views.
Dedicated walking routes crisscross the Somerset countryside, the Cotswold Way and the South West Coast Path start in Somerset, the latter at Minehead - gateway town to Somerset's heather clad crowning glory, the Exmoor National Park where you can escape in solitude amid 269 square miles.
A paradise for walkers, cyclists and horse riders with hundreds of miles of public access, spectacular scenery and sparkling streams, Somerset has beauty and space and is a wonderful county to explore on foot, bike or horseback.

Somerset Dedicated Walks

The Coleridge Way West Somerset   Website
The Strawberry Line Somerset   Website
The Leland Trail Somerset   Website
Samaritans Way South West Somerset   Website
West Somerset Coastal Path West Somerset   Website
The Quantock Greenway Somerset   Website

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