We visited a few places in one trip which included Ebbor Gorge for a local walk in the fresh air. There were a few signs with the history & timeline of the gorge. I found it interesting. We decided to take the main gorge route- not for wheelchairs, pushchairs or the unfit! It started off with steep steps downwards through... 更多
We walked down from the car park intending to do a short walk but decided to continue up the gorge to see what it was like. When we got to the very steep rocky scramble we decided to turn back as we had our very energetic dog with us and it was very wet and slippery. So we went back... 更多
It can be quite a climb but when you arrive the views are worth it, there are a few different ways of getting there my best advice is to take your time, it can also be a bit slippery and wet underfoot at times. If you have children don't let them stray to far there are some steep drops some... 更多
If you physically can this is worth the climb - climb all the way to the top of the gorge and admire the views and then enjoy the walk down - it is a scramble going up for part of the way and there are several steps - worse for us as it was very wet and therefore slippery -... 更多
There are two ways to get up and enjoy the fantastic views from cliff top. The one we chose was slightly hairy as it had rained heavily the day before and tree cover had not allowed rocks to dry out and were therefore a bit slippery. The majority of the walk was no problem but the hairy bit is the... 更多
The medips AONB website has a moderate walk that takes in the gorge toward the end so you approach from the range having seen the huge views levels and lots of Somerset/Devon. You come out on the viewpoint which is an outcrop in the gorge - it's a bit of shock - not for those with a fear of heights... 更多
stunning views but an almighty trek to get there. not for those who are not very mobile, lots of down hill steps into the gorge then slippery rocks and narrow paths to get up the other side.
As any gorge in the wood, it is unexpected. Whether you go left (a climb a tortuous path) or right (stairs...) go to the cliff that you will discover in a dead-end (on your left from the stairs, straight ahead from the other path). It is marvellous. I Higly recommend it for a 1 to 2 hours trip.