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Branscombe Walks

high up following the Jurassic coast
1 hour walks

Enjoy spectacular views of the Jurassic Coastline following well maintained footpaths.

Point of Interest

Jurassic Coast
Combe: a green valley with steep sides
Branscombe was known for its lace.

Branscombe Beach

Branscombe is a typical Devon combe ,a valley with green fertile pastures and steep uncultivated sides.

The Old Bakerymore cream tea walks

Walk 1 Most popular (2.5 miles)

A This short but delightful walk starts with quite a strenuous climb.

B Once at the top the views are stunning.

C Half way ,turn right and follow a country lane with several thatched cottages.

D Continue past the Post Office

E Site of Old bakery,Manor Mill & Forge.

F You may be tempted to deviate from the route to the Masons Arms  in Branscombe.

Walk 1 
2.5 miles
1 hr

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Walk 2 Fountain Head (3 miles)

A Starts and finishes like walk1

G passes the Fountain Head   around the half way mark.

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Walk 2 
3 miles
1 hr 20 mins
tracks bridle,paths
main roads
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altitude range
0 - 120 m
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Pay & Display Branscombe Mouth

There is one steep climb at the beginning.

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Walk 1 & 2 (blue)

 Walks near Branscombe:
This is a must do walk if you are in this area - it will involve some climbing but views of coastline are breathtaking.
Two great walks from this popular holiday resort combining sea and countryside.
 Donkey Sanctuary
A short but invigorating family walk from the Donkey Sanctuary to the Jurassic Coast where in 2007 the Napoli ran aground.
  Salcombe Hill & Salcombe Regis
 Enjoy a picnic with spectacular views of the coast and explore the famous Norman Lockyer Observatory where helium was first discovered.