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#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Glastonbury
The view is spectacular and due to the spiritual nature of the Tor it was quite busy with other people welcoming the new moon, including a coach party who were on a spiritual retreat.
Worth a climb, steps make it more access able, go for it, the view is wonderful.You can take a bus from the car park in Glastonbury,£3.00
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#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Glastonbury
It's great that at the RSPB car park there are now loos and a small visitors' cabin where the very friendly and informative volunteers will make you a cup of tea before you brave the cold.
Had hours and hours and hours of fun , great for nature lovers and also amazing for bike rides , parking available
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Glastonbury
I was in awe of the size of the park and returned for a day visit.
Somerset Crafts Westhay
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#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Wells
Great views of the Cathedral too, if you love nature you will love it here x
Entry is free and there is a pay and display car park in Union Street which is just a short walk away.
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Ebbor Gorge Wells 9.9 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Wells
Nature at its finest - birds, butterflies, insects, wild flowers, trees, etc etc. a brilliant place for nature lovers.
You can park in the free car park just up the road from Wookey Hole for a circular walk to the gorge and back which takes only an hour - or you can lengthen the walk by doing a circular from Wookey Hole itself.
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Meare
A truly serene retreat with miles (it seemed!) of secluded walks into the nature reserve which is largely dog-free (a nice change)
Lots of walks going in all directions but this walk was a round walk which took you back out onto the road to the car park but we prefered to avoid the road as very fast busy cambered road.Plenty of car space but...