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All reviews worth the climb amazing views well worth the effort steep walk degree view park and ride lovely walk somerset levels national trust town centre take your time sunny day surrounding area magical place windy steps tower
This was on our list to do,and so glad we did it. We were staying in Bath and got bus to Wells then bus to Glastonbury. Then in Glastonbury we got the park and ride blue bus,3 pound return,he also picks up at the chalice...More
An imposing and iconic location standing proud over the Somerset levels.
Having spent the morning picking apples in National Trust run Avalon Orchard we the decided to climb to the top of the tor.
This is a steep climb, but once at the top you...More
It is definitely worth the walk to the top but only able bodied. There are benches to rest if you don't feel you can make it the whole way. Those who walk the spiral with the sheep really get a challenge.
There is a wonderful energised satisfaction once you get to the top. A sense of achievement. It’s not an easy ascent or decent if you struggle a bit. We definitely felt it after! Amazing panoramic views. (We had also visited during the Blood Moon) Mystical,...More
The wife and I decided to walk up the tor whilst spending a week in Somerset. Defo worth the effort as the views from the top were remarkable. Park at RJ Draper shoe factory BA6 8DB 50 yards from start of walk cost £2, just...More
Steep climb up to the tower but definitely worth it, if only for the view. There were lots of people chanting, meditating and banging drums which added to the mystic. Walked down the other side which was a little easier and then into the town.