Burrington Combe - Rowberrow - Dolebury

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From the 'Rock of Ages' climb steeply out of Burrington Combe, skirt the northern side of the combe and then cross it. Walk along the flank of Black Down and enter the Mendip Forest for lunch at Rowberrow. Pass Rowberrow Church and return over Dolebury Warren.

England - South West England - Somerset - Mendip Hills

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Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, National Trust, Pub, Public Transport, Toilets, Woodland
30/07/2013 - KAY SWIFT

Excellent walk. Stunning views. The first very steep climb was difficult - it was VERY steep - but what an achievement having reached the top. The second strenuous climb up the steps to Dolbury provided the highlight of the walk. It is always a bonus to be able to park in a free car park with toilets so all in all just about perfect.

03/09/2012 - martin stephens

Apart from the usual caution with sheep, a perfect walk for dogs. Ours loved it. Plenty of access to water for drink and play. No awkward stiles or gates.

03/09/2012 - martin stephens

A very difficult start, otherwise a lovely walk. Directions very good but would recommend taking an o/s map.

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