The Coleridge Way

The Coleridge Way was created to pass through the villages Samuel Taylor Coleridge would have visited whilst living in Nether Stowey.

This walk now goes from the cottage in Nether Stowey across the Quantock Hills to the Brendon Hills and on over Exmoor to Porlock and on to Lynmouth. It is a 51 miles linear walk will normally take 6 days to walk. A circular route can be created by returning along the South West Coast Path and West Somerset Coast Path to Kilve and back inland to Nether Stowey.

The Coleridge Way also has a similar route for horse riders. Starting at Nether Stowey it goes to Monksilver, on to Luxborough and finishes in the horse-centre of Exmoor at Exford.

See the website for further details.

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