Discover one of the great landmarks of the Somerset coastline on this scenic coastal walk across Brean Down.
Standing over 300ft high and extending 1.5 miles into the Bristol Channel, the Down is steeped in intriguing stories, from prehistoric worship to Second World War weapon testing. It’s also renowned for its wildlife, so keep a look out for a great variety of birds, plants and butterflies whilst on route.
Visit the national trust website for more information – https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/brean-down/trails/brean-down-coastal-walk
Cheddar Reservoir- Follow the waterside path around this reservoir on this easy circular walk in Somerset.
There is a good footpath running around the perimeter with parking available at the south eastern end. It’s a lovely spot with sailboats on the water and beautiful countryside and woodland surrounding the water.
It’s about two miles around the reservoir so it makes for a nice afternoon stroll.