Trentishoe Combe


We completed our annual strim of the Trentishoe Combe footpath last week.

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The path leads out onto the southwest coast path and offers superb views down to Hunters Inn and out to Highveer and the sea beyond.

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Whilst we were strimming we noticed a few sections of the old Corn Ditch had fallen out.

We returned this week to begin repairs, walling with one if the finest views in North Devon.

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Here you can see volunteer Fi in front of a finished section.

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3 responses to “Trentishoe Combe

  1. Is this path accessible via Disabled scooter etc (Tramper type)? I have no problem with roughish ground etc but steps, large boulders or narrow gates would be impassable.
    Do you keep any have any maps/booklets etc showing which tracks and paths are disabled friendly?

  2. Hi Nick,
    We have many wonderful downloadable walking routes that are available from the North Devon National Trust webpages. Two walks are specifically suitable for trampers and both start from our shop and information centre in the Heddon Valley – the ‘Woody Bay’ and ‘Heddon Valley circular’. You could pop into see us and pick up the maps directly from our office if you wish. For more information and to find out more details about the accessibility of the path that Marcus and Fi were working on, it is probably best to give them a call on 01598 763556 for a chat and they can fill you in on every stone, hummock and gateways much better than I could! Hope this helps.

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