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King Charles III England Coast Path (Brean to Minehead Section)

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


Fossil ammonites can often be seen on the beaches of the Quantock Hills

Walk info


Nearest postcode:

93km ( 58miles)

4 days

Look out for

The historic fort on Brean Down, seabirds and water fowl at Steart Point and Marshes, the Jurassic geology from Lilstock to Kilve


Start location

Nearest postcode:


Facilities nearby

There are facilities along the route. See the website for up to date information

Transport and parking

There are many car parks along the way and the there are a number of bus services at main stopping points along the route. See the website for up to date information.


This section of the King Charles III England Coast Path was opened in 2016 building on the existing West Somerset Coast Path and passes through the Quantock Hills National Landscape. The King Charles III England Coast Path links the River Parrett Trail, the Coleridge Way and Quantock Greenway. At approximately 58 miles (93km) in length, the coast path boasts magnificent seaward and inland views, with occasional glimpses of industrial archaeology and a wealth of geology.

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