We visited on a very hot day but the tree cover protected from the sun. Some people may question paying a National Trust entry fee for a natural walk however the paths and steps are very well maintained and the staff were great. Without such...更多
Staying close by we decided to visit the gorge for the morning to kill a bit of time, and it didn't disappoint!
We battled through steep hills and slippery rocks (make sure you Pack some grippy shoes) and we enjoyed every minute of it !!...更多
Visited this venue yesterday, it was a glorious day and the walk around the gorge was pretty special. Sturdy walking footwear is a must as the rocks and pathways can be very slippery even on a bright, dry day. It is not to be recommend...更多
Visited on a beautiful day and have to say it was stunning. Lovely walk along the Gorge to the cauldron passing the waterfall on the way. Can get a bit tricky in places so sturdy footwear is needed, my hubby did slip and cut his...更多
We visited with 2 and 5 year old children, not expecting to be able to do much but we had a brilliant time and stayed much longer than planned.
The walk paths are very well maintained and, although steep and slippery in places, our children...更多
Beautiful, and so much more than we expected. Wear comfortable shoes (some steep steps and slippery edges)! Limited choice of food in the cafe & would recommend taking lunch, or at least a snack. Will definitely visit on our next trip to Devon and would...更多
I came here about 25 years ago and had forgotten how lovely this place is. You can park at either end of the 1.5 mile gorge which can only be walked around in one direction as the paths are very narrow at many points. I...更多
National trust property so there is an entrance fee but its well worth it for this stunning walk.It starts of fairly easy but isn't easy all the way with a long section walking over rock with a handrail to hold onto. Some very special things...更多