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Combe Hill Wood

LOCALITY: Butleigh, Somerset
DISTANCE: Less than 1 mile (1.61km)
FACILITIES: Circular route, Parking, Suitable for wheelchairs

GRADIENT: Quite steep in places
TERRAIN: Medium
OS MAP: Cheddar Gorge & Mendip Hills West

Walk description:

Head along the B3151 towards Steet. When you come to a sharp left hand bend just before the railway bridge, turn right along the B3153. Drive along her until you get to a turning on your left called Reynald's Way. Drive along Reynald's Way. Drive by two turning on your right that lead to Butleigh, and Combe Hill Wood is on your left.

Drive in here and the car park is in front of you.

At the top left hand side of the car park is where the trail begins. Follow the trail. When you get to a fork in the path go straight on. If you turn right this will take you back to the car park.

Continue straight on and you will come to a sign about vetran trees. From here there are really good views.

At this sign follow the trail around to the right. until you get to the next fork in the trail. Turn right. On your left you have a sign about Elm trees.

Follow the trail along and you will come back to the car park.


Additional notes:

At certain times of the year the trail can be slippery due to fallen leaves.

For further information please refer to http://www.combehillwood.co.uk/


01/09/2008 | Walk posted by cathy nettley

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