Making the most of a stunning autumn. Porlock Hill, down through Pitt Farm and Parsonage Farm to Culbone Church, then on to Porlock Weir. Deep breath and back up the hill from West Porlock.
Just under 4 hours but lots of stops to take in the views, they never disappoint.Irene Perrett, 22 September 2022
An Exmoor Dog Walk
My little rescue dog’s first glimpse of the sea. One of my very favourite walks – from Bossington along the evergreen oak wood to the top, then down the zigzag to Hurlstone Point and back along the shore. Under four miles but unbeatable views.Irene Perrett, 11 March 2022
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Photo of the Week: Bossington Beach
A low tide at Lynmouth
The beach between Watchet and Doniford is home to some of the earliest ammonite fossils recorded in Britain.
The red and green striped rocks on your left are Mercia Mudstones, dating from a time when the landmass was part of an ancient desert near the hot equator, similar to the Sahara today; on your right are grey mudstones belonging to the Helwell Marls. These marls are the youngest Jurassic rocks exposed on the Somerset coast and date from around 200 million years ago, when sea levels rose and Watchet was submerged in shallow seas. Here you will find some of the earliest ammonite fossils recorded in Britain.Love Watchet
Lewis Winter took the kids for a walk on 3 February, enjoying the sunshine, and came back with these photos:
After the Storm
Porlock Marsh in October
The Stakes at Blue Anchor Beach
A spring day at Combe Martin beach
A glimpse of Exmoor….
Video by Fly Monkeys Ltd