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Exmoor National Park
Covering a sizable stretch of North Devon and Somerset, this swathe of unspoilt moorland is a walker’s paradise. Wild ponies graze on heathland brimming with blooming heather in the heart of Exmoor National Park. Meanwhile in Lynton, green meadows give way to dramatic rock formations and sea-swept cliffs and coves.
Valley of Rocks
Stones perch precariously on lofty pinnacles in Exmoor’s Valley of Rocks, the jewel of the North Devon coast. This lush green vale plunges from a viewpoint high above the Bristol Channel to the dramatic cliffs and crags at Lynton. Don’t be fooled by the foot-sure wild goats though – take it slowly and tread carefully on the slippery ground.
Lynmouth pier
Pretty as a picture, the seaside village of Lynmouth is a superb setting for waterfront walks. When the weather’s good, wander down to the harbour in quiet contemplation or amble along Lynmouth pier to the Rhenish tower, a squat stone stronghold which gazes out across the bay. asked travellers...

Sheer cliffs or soft sand? What make the coast in Lynton perfect for meandering?

15 min walk to the valley of rocks there are some beautiful art galley in town only 5min walk
Mixture of walking on the Moore, coastal paths, woodlands, streams and rivers. Great views.
Rugged scenery on coastal paths can be quite undulating but a view around every corner!
Stunning scenery of the rugged north Devon coast and the tranquil trail to Watersmeet.
There are high cliffs and mostly pebbled beaches.
easily accessible coastal path along the cliff
the valley of the rock and cliff walks
Sheer cliffs, sea views

Lynton highlights

Coastal walks
The coastal walk from Lynton through the Valley of Rocks is perfect for the whole family. A majority of the route consists of tarmacked surfaces, with spectacular views of the valley and herds of goats scampering around for children to spot en route.