Walks and rides
Craving wide open spaces, babbling brooks, sweet smelling pine forests, ancient oak woods and wild Jurassic Coast? These routes will allow you to explore all the special areas of the Quantock Hills
Created in 2016 and building on the West Somerset Coast Path this section of the England Coast Path explores great geology and history from the forts at Brean Down to the Jurassic Coast at Listock and Kilve
A Disabled Ramblers Route - From the woodland of Ramscombe to the highest point on the Quantock Hills this route explores both the intimate habitats to the wide open vistas
This walking trail takes you down through broadleaf woodland, into a bracken-filled combe and up to the top of Beacon Hill for views across the Quantock Hills and beyond. Continue through lowland heathland, listening and looking out for red deer, skylark and Dartford warbler in this wildlife-rich environment.
A Disabled Ramblers Route - From the woodland of Ramscombe to the summit at Black Hill and back via the Iron Age hillfort of Dowsborough this route passes through some of the best the Quantock Hills has to offer.