The Coleridge Way

Explore the Coleridge Way
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Explore the Coleridge Way

Walk 51 miles or ride a 34-mile tour through Somerset, experiencing heathland and moorlands as well as dense forests.

The Quantock Hills inspired many of Coleridge's poems with The Exmoor National Park home to some of England’s most remote villages with tales that go back hundreds of years.

With its variety of landscapes, you can take a walk through the Quantock Hills; or ride along the Brendon and Exmoor hills. You will travel in an area that inspired Coleridge to produce some of his best known work: heathland, moorland, deciduous & coniferous woodland, farmland with deep wooded valleys and historic villages.

With villages along the route with at least one pub to provide you with welcome refreshment. There are also a number of delightful tea rooms and village shops to visit.

For more information visit the Visit Exmoor website here