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Valley of the Rocks

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Lynmouth, Exmoor National Park England
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South West Coast Path Walking - Somerset & Devon (11 days, 10 nights)
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South West Coast Path Walking - Somerset & Devon (11 days, 10 nights)

The South West Coast Path is one of the UK’s National Trail footpaths, running 630 miles from Minehead in Somerset, round the South West tip of England to Bournemouth in Dorset. This itinerary focusses on the Somerset &amp; North Devon Coastline. From the start in Minehead, the path drifts inland across Exmoor and the gorgeous moorland landscape. <br><br>What's included?<br>Breakfast included, other meals excluded <br>Luggage Transfers between accommodation providers<br>Fully comprehensive tour pack with maps, available in English, German, French and Italian as standard. (Other languages available on request)<br>Access to a smartphone digital app which offers GPS tracking for the routes (downloaded prior to save on data costs)<br>Access to a 24/7 helpline in case of any emergencies <br><br>Exclusions<br>Entry or admission fee<br>Landing &amp; facility fees<br>Individual travel to the UK<br>Lunch &amp; Dinner<br>Travel Taxes<br>Entry fees to attractions <br><br>Please note<br>Passport required<br>Passport needed if travelling to UK from other countries
US$1,267.58 per adult
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onholidayalways wrote a review 22 Jan
King's Lynn, United Kingdom302 contributions140 helpful votes
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Having heard about the scenic setting of Lynton & Lynmouth cricket ground decided to take a detour on our journet to Cornwall to see for ourselves. Was not disappointed with stunning coostal views and great walks. Ferrel goats roaming about on the rocks. Made the mistake of driving out using the toll road, a narrow climbing road with sharp bends, the hedgerows had not been trimmed for some time and have scratches on cat to prove it!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mal wrote a review Nov 2020
Kesgrave, United Kingdom17 contributions
From Lynton this walk is super easy, short mostly flat, well maintained tarmac paths. Nice cafe near the car park too . The Valley of the rocks provides some terrific views against a backdrop of jagged edged rock formations. There are some nice little detours to the walk for those who want to venture onto some of the rock features, none are overly difficult and they also provide great views. Anyone staying in Lynton or Lynmouth who doesn't make the effort to visit here is definitely missing out and there's aways lots of Wild Goats to photograph too. It can get quite busy though as many people drive to the Valley, saying that, its still a big enough area the grab a bit of space. 4 stars would have been 5 but for the shortness and easiness of the walk.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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JackThePirate wrote a review Nov 2020
Looe, United Kingdom21 contributions
Rather than parking up near the valley of the rocks car park walk from Lynton instead you get a much better view on approach, stopping on a bench over looking the sea by the rocks you can see almost the whole of the south coast of wales on a good day. This place has a special quality its high granite shapes and forms tower over you like something you would see on Bodmin moor or Dartmoor, there is much more to explore if you climb a little.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Peter G wrote a review Nov 2020
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Very good location , lots to see and good access. Climbing rocks and near cliff edge is ok, young families younger children need watching. Exposed edges and whilst adds to the experience, as a father it would make me little nervous. So enjoy , but watch the children 100% of the time , then it can be enjoyed.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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simply-peregrinating wrote a review Nov 2020
Waddington, United Kingdom2,715 contributions501 helpful votes
We took the path leading from by the Valley of the Rocks Hotel in Lynton. On leaving Lynton the path becomes less wide, but it is in very good condition. The only thing we were a little wary of, was, it hugs the cliff edge and without a rail it was a bit scary when gusts of wind blew. The scenery with all the rock formations makes for an interesting walk. There are several paths which lead back to the road on the land side. Because of the windy conditions we took the road back into Lynton.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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