- 1 Tramper
- Accessible parking
- Accessible toilets
- Information centre
- Cafe or shop
- Dog friendly
Hunters Inn to Heddon’s Mouth - 1.5 miles there and back. A delightful route alongside the River Heddon to Heddon’s Mouth culminating with a view point overlooking the stony beach.
Victorian Carriageway towards Woody Bay - 4 miles there and back. Offers some of the finest coastal views in the South West. Starting at near sea level you climb gradually to 720 feet with an ever expanding and impressive view.
- Tramper users must be accompanied by a non-disabled person for safety reasons at this site.
- Due to the more challenging terrain, we recommend that you have prior experience of using the Tramper
- Path surfaces – stones, grass, muddy patches, uneven in places
- Path gradients – flat and hilly stretches
- A couple of gates along the trails The Tramper is available from 10am to 4.30pm everyday.
A small shop and ice cream parlour is open on site during the summer season and the Hunter’s Inn is open all year. Mobility scooter hire Devon.
This Tramper has been provided with financial support from the Exmoor National Park Sustainable Development Fund, provided by DEFRA.
Travelling to Heddon Valley, Exmoor - Plan your journey by car or public transport using the Transport Direct Door to Door Journey Planner
By Road - A399 from Ilfracombe, passes through Combe Martin and meets the A39 Barnstaple-Lynton road at Blackmoor Gate. Minor roads head off towards the coast at several points passing near Trentishoe Down, Heddon Valley and Woody Bay.