Walks on the Exmoor and North Devon coast: Croyde to Lynton

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This page covers the coastal area from Baggy Point to Lynton, including Lundy and part of the North Devon Coast AONB.  Because of the steep terrain several of the walks in this area are quite short: these are arranged so that it is easy to combine them into longer walks (as long as you are prepared for 1000+ metres of climb).  Click next to the pdf icon to download the route.  Read the Walk safetysafety information, and click Map symbolsMap symbols for a key to the maps in the walk instructions. 

1 Excursion to Lundy 11  ♦♦♦  9 or 6 mile circular

2 Croyde, Saunton Down and Baggy Point 22  ♦♦ 8.5 mile circular

3 Mortehoe, Morte Point and Lee Bay 33  ♦♦♦  7.2 mile circular 

4 Mortehoe to Ilfracombe  4 ♦♦♦ 7.7 mile linear, bus connection

5 Ilfracombe and Lee Bay 55  ♦♦♦  9.1 mile circular

6 Berrynarbor, Hele and Watermouth 66  ♦♦♦  7.7 mile circular

7 Combe Martin, the Hangman Hills and Berrynarbor 77  ♦♦♦  8 mile circular

8  Around Combe Martin 8 ♦♦ 4.2 mile circular

9 Hunter’s Inn, Holdstone Down and Heddon’s Mouth 99  ♦♦♦! 9 mile circular

10 Hunter’s Inn, Voley and the upper Heddon valley 1010  ♦♦  5.8 mile circular

11 Parracombe to Lynton via the Heddon Valley  1111  ♦♦♦! 9.5 mile linear, bus connection

12 Hunter’s Inn and Woody Bay  1212  ♦♦♦! 6.8 mile circular

13 Lee Bay and Woody Bay 1313  ♦♦♦  5.5 mile circular

14 Lynmouth, Lynton and the Valley of the Rocks 1414  ♦♦♦  5.6 mile circular

15 The East and West Lyn gorges  1515  ♦♦♦  5.4 mile circular

16 The Lyn hamlets, Barbrook and Cheriton 1616  ♦♦!  6.1 or 7.5 mile circular

36 towards countisbury

38 watermouth

11 lee bay

East from Heddon's Mouth; Watermouth; Lee Bay (Lynton).  © Stan Lester.

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