Below is our spring walks programme, with walks ranging from 4 - 10 miles on the Quantock Hills, Exmoor, Somerset Levels, Mendips and Blackdown Hills.
Unless otherwise stated, all walks are on a Sunday. Please try to arrive 15 minutes early for a prompt start. Please bring a picnic lunch and plenty to drink.
The following icons indicate the difficulty of the walk and the type of event:
|22nd Apr 10.30am||
A circular walk from Tarr Steps to Withypool following the River Barle and rolling hills.
|29th Apr 10.30am||
Walking in the footsteps of King Alfred, this area within the Somerset Levels was many feet beneath the sea 10,000 years or more ago.
Visited by camera crews, Burrow Mump rises up above, from where they looked out into the distance over flooded fields just three winters past.
8 Miles Easy
|6th May 10.30am||
Dunkery Hill; 4 miles walk, followed by Point to point racing at Holnicote
We start at 10:30 at Webbers post car park (SS 903 439) and go for a short walk to Dunkery beacon, afterwards we go to the racing at
Holnicole (10 minute drive), you can take packed lunch or eat at the races, we expect to be there by 1pm, time to get in and eat before the first race at 2pm.
4 Miles Moderate
|13th May 10.30am||
Stockland Village, Rower Fort and the Corry Valley
A walk in rolling Blackdowns countryside. Moderate, muddy in parts as we walk alongside the Corry Brook.
|20th May 10.30am||
Hawkridge Reservoir & the Quantocks
A walk through woods, valleys and over hills from Hawkridge Reservoir onto the Quantocks, passing Wills Neck and Lydeard Hill with fine views across Somerset and the Bristol channel. After the walk there is the opportunity for tea and cake at the Pines cafe.
|27th May 10:30am||
Moderate with a few steep hills. Pub/ tea room, stop half way likely.
7 - 8 Miles Moderate
|Friday 1st June 6.30pm||
Norton Fitzwarren to Hill Farrence
A stroll from Norton Fitzwarren to Hill Farrence, taking in lovely rolling fields and quiet lanes.
|3rd June 10.30am||
Stonebarrow Hill to Seatown via Golden Cap
A varied walk along the coast path to Golden Cap and then down to Seatown and back through woodland. Difficulty is hard, but well worth it.
|Friday 22nd June 6.30pm||
A leisurely walk from Taunton to Trull
A leisurely walk from Taunton to Trull, taking in the surrounding hills.
|24th June 10.30am||
Tarr Steps to Marsh Bridge along the Barle Valley
We should enjoy lovely views along the valley.
9 Miles Moderate