2.Porlock, Hurlstone Point, Selworthy Beacon, Selworthy, Allerford, Piles Mill, Horner, Coleridge Way, 12 miles 20 km,  Exmoor

2019:06:28

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We left Porlock on Villes Road, then took a loop round this young woodland
We left Porlock on Villes Road, then took a loop round this young woodland

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We crossed Horner Water and then up through another woodland
We crossed Horner Water and then up through another woodland

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This now took us along a higher path with good views to Porlock Weir and the coast beyond
This now took us along a higher path with good views to Porlock Weir and the coast beyond

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The view over the marsh to Porlock Weir
The view over the marsh to Porlock Weir

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From Hurlstone Point we had a good view of the long shingle beach, Bossington Beach, and Porlock Bay.
From Hurlstone Point we had a good view of the long shingle beach, Bossington Beach, and Porlock Bay.

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Back a short distance from the point, and then up Hurlstone Comb, a steep hill!
Back a short distance from the point, and then up Hurlstone Comb, a steep hill!

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Foxgloves near Selworthy Beacon
Foxgloves near Selworthy Beacon

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Selworthy Beacon. We went as far as Dean's Lane before dropping down Selworthy Combe into Selworthy.
Selworthy Beacon. We went as far as Dean's Lane before dropping down Selworthy Combe into Selworthy.

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Allerford, a ford, packhorse bridge and a house built out over the path.
Allerford, a ford, packhorse bridge and a house built out over the path.

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The bridge and ford at Allerford
The bridge and ford at Allerford

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The bridge and ford at Allerford
The bridge and ford at Allerford

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The bridge and ford at Allerford
The bridge and ford at Allerford

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Piles Mill, Allerford
Piles Mill, Allerford

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The bridge at West Luccombe. We followed the track south to Horner
The bridge at West Luccombe. We followed the track south to Horner

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The packhorse bridge over Horner Water at Horner. Then followed the Coleridge Way back to Porlock.
The packhorse bridge over Horner Water at Horner. Then followed the Coleridge Way back to Porlock.

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The view from near Porlock Weir of Hurlstone Point and Bossington Hill, after supper at the pub.
The view from near Porlock Weir of Hurlstone Point and Bossington Hill, after supper at the pub.

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