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Beautiful snowdrops

A trip to Snowdrop Valley is really worthwhile, but make sure you wear wellies or boots that are... read more

Reviewed 26 February 2018
c162
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Tiverton, United Kingdom
A lovely spot and worth the track down

A lovely place to visit and well worth the treck down but wear good sturdy footwear as the track is... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2018
NickB145
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Taunton, United Kingdom
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| Cutcombe Hill, Wheddon Cross, Exmoor National Park, England
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Reviewed 26 February 2018

A trip to Snowdrop Valley is really worthwhile, but make sure you wear wellies or boots that are made for mud. Also, be careful where you have lunch - some local pubs are to be avoided.

2  Thank c162
Reviewed 21 February 2018 via mobile

A lovely place to visit and well worth the treck down but wear good sturdy footwear as the track is very muddy

1  Thank NickB145
Reviewed 19 February 2018

What a stunning site. Snowdrops everywhere. If you choose to walk make sure you pack boots as the paths are very muddy. I'd even recommend taking boots if you take the bus from Wheddon Cross

1  Thank PriceyBoyReading
Reviewed 18 February 2018 via mobile

We visited snowdrop valley for a leg stretch on our way back from holiday. What a treat! Signposted parking in the village led to either the walks down to the valley or the minibus park and ride. We walked down and took the bus back....More

1  Thank Mr5Hsb
Reviewed 4 February 2018

I took a friend who for years had wanted to visit the Snowdrop Valley. Be prepared for a lot of mud if you decide to walk it. There is a shuttle bus service. The directions are quite clear for walkers, but be prepared for steep,...More

3  Thank coolbum
Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

First of all let me say that the Snowdrop Valley was beautiful. However, my wife an I ventured out after a continued bout of heavy rain which made the ground conditions very treacherous. I understand that from the second week of opening there are shuttle...More

3  Thank Steve S
Reviewed 7 October 2017

Wild drifts of snowdrops in a deciduous forest is a sight worth traveling for, and this is one of the best examples that I know.

1  Thank Des G
Reviewed 13 June 2017

Lovely walk and the snowdrops was very pretty totally worth a visit nice big free car park which is very nice

1  Thank juliewls
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

Being early spring and my wife loves flowers plus it was her birthday. This was an ideal choice, it was a very cold day as we arrived for the park and ride bus it started to Snow which only added to the pleasure of the...More

3  Thank John C
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

We parked in the cattle market free car park and followed the signs for the walks, I think we did a combination of walks 1,2 & 3 but you can't really get lost. There is a park and ride bus from the village main car...More

3  Thank iluvhobbits
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jmw58
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Response from Steve S | Reviewed this property |
I think the bus service has finished for this year, so you would have to walk. The time the walk will take very much depends on personal mobility. It is steep in parts but manageable. We went after an extended bout of rain... More
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