Walk-wise, if you follow the whole route, Trinity Hill is a 2 to 2.5 kilometer ramble that actually constitutes an elongated, bent oval circuit that points more or less southeast. It's on the top of a hill, so you are hardly climbing up and down at all. After a short straight stretch of all-weather track through woodland from the car park there is an opportunity to continue either clockwise or anti-clockwise as the mood takes you. Either way don't go through the big gate at the far end of the oval - you will finish up in Uplyme. It takes a good three quarters of an hour and more to get round comfortably, and you pass through an interesting assortment of heath, coniferous and broadleaf woodland. In part it is 'robust wheel-chair' friendly, but it can get pretty muddy in parts. Wear suitable kit. There are no loos. Yes, it is a popular dog-walking circuit, and you do sometimes need to watch where you are treading. If you are a dog-owner, there is one important caveat, Going clockwise, more or less where the track does a first right hand bend (check the OS map) the contours come together, which means that there is a severe precipitous drop on your left, which is un-fenced. The only other flip-side, apart from the hazard of intermittent dog-poo, is that the small roadside car park can become busy at certain times. There is, however, another larger carpark a little way back towards the A35.
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