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How to Visit Lydford Gorge in Dartmoor National Park

A beautiful shot of the river at Lydford gorge winding through two mossy banks. There are trees in the background.

If you’re looking for somewhere to visit in Dartmoor National Park, I heartily recommend Lydford Gorge!  The deepest river gorge in South West England, Lydford Gorge traverses through temperate rainforest and terminates in a dramatic waterfall, making it a unique place for hiking in the area.  Read on, and I’ll detail all you need to […]

Best Beaches in Ilfracombe: for nature, surfing, and vibes!

Beautiful Bay near Ilfracombe

If you’re looking for beaches in Ilfracombe, this blog post is here to help! Ilfracombe is a chilled out North Devon town that is popular with tourists in the summer months. It’s also famous for its Tunnels Beaches (made during Victorian times when the town saw a tourism boom!) and being the launching pad for […]

Braunton to Instow Walk: guide and tips

View of very blue River Torridge

The Braunton to Instow walk is part of the South West Coast Path, although this segment actually doesn’t run by the Devon coast. Away from the cliff paths, it traverses along an old railway bed, now dedicated paths for cycling and hiking, leading from Braunton to Barnstaple, and then on the other side down to […]

Woolacombe to Braunton Walk: A Complete Guide

Saunton Sands Beach near Braunton

The Woolacombe to Braunton walk is a section of the South West Coast Path, a 630 mile coastal walk that runs through North Devon.┬áHiking around the path is one of the best things to do in Woolacombe, so let’s have a look into how to do it! This section leaves the famous surf beach of […]

17 Fun Exmouth Walks for All Abilities

Whether you’re looking for the best Exmouth walks for avid hikers or just want something easy that all the family will enjoy, this post is a list of all of the wonderful hikes you can do around this Devon town.  Some of my family have lived in Exmouth for my whole life, and I’m currently […]