Walk through Rowberrow Warren which is a beautiful woodland, set on a hillside with large paths.
Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
Use car park facing the Swan Inn.
(D/A) The walk starts in School Lane. Walk until the paved road split and turn on the second path on your left.
(1) When the path splits, take the path on your right and then, take the wide path that goes up and straight.
(2) Follow the path on the left. At the first intersection, keep going straight to the second intersection where you'll go right and right again at the next intersection.
(3) Take the first path on your left which goes down. This part of the walk might be really muddy and therefore slippery.
(4) Turn right.
(5) Look for a small path on your left and take it. After a few meters, you will walk along with a small water court.
(6) Turn right on the path that climbs to the West Mendip Way. When you're at the top, go right and walk down. The path will join a paved road. Follow it until you reach the car park (D/A)
D/A : mi 0 - alt. 440ft - Car park
1 : mi 0.64 - alt. 545ft
2 : mi 0.99 - alt. 705ft
3 : mi 1.79 - alt. 791ft
4 : mi 2.09 - alt. 640ft
5 : mi 2.58 - alt. 571ft
6 : mi 3.14 - alt. 623ft
D/A : mi 3.91 - alt. 443ft - Car park
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Global average : 4.67/5
Number of opinions : 2
Description quality : 4.5/5
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Description quality : Good
Routemap quality : Good
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Fine walk - it helped that the weather was sunny. Lovely views
Global average : 5 / 5
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Description quality : Very good
Routemap quality : Very good
Walk interest : Very good
Lovely walk. Nothing majorly challenging, a few uphills and some stunning views. I’d add pictures but there doesn’t seem to be an option.
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