Personalised Mountain Bike Coaching
A walk along the Exmoor coast
July 23, 2014
Early morning light in Lynmouth, looking east towards Foreland Point
Castle Rock in The Valley of Rocks. Famous and photographed, but justifiably so.
A small cottage in the grounds of Lee Abby. This private estate is just west of Lynton and has amazing grassland going right down to the sea
Lee Bay, just west of Lynton.
The Exmoor coast path is an unbroken stretch of prime singletrack. It’s technically off limits to bikes, so riding it means waking up very early, or finding a rainy winters day. It’s worth it though
Looking into Heddon’s Mouth.
From Heddon’s Mouth looking towards Woody Bay. Woody bay was a very popular Victorian seaside resort, but now it’s a hidden village tucked into the hillside and bypassed by most.
The coast path climbing out of Hunter’s Inn towards Combe Martin. This path gains 900 feet in a mile
Trentishoe Down is one of the highest points along the coast. This is looking west towards the Hangman Cliffs and Combe Martin
Combe Martin Beach in August. The sheltered cove and warm water means it’s one of the best swimming beaches along the coast
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