Coleridge Way

Somerset/Devon

A Walk That's Not Just For The Poets

A long distance walk past the Quantocks and over Exmoor

The Coleridge Way is a long distance path that meanders its way past the Quantock Hills, the villages of the Somerset coast, and thence on to Exmoor and beyond along the Somerset/Devon Coastline - 35 miles or 51 miles depending on your start/stop point


The villages of this part of the world feel a little isolated, a little like time has taken you back in time but they make a perfact backdrop as you plunge and climb amongst the combes and high spots of this Somerset and Devon countryside


One of the shorter long distance paths - but short doesn't mean less challenging or less breath-taking - inspired by the wanderings of the poets that were once too inspired to venture forth

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