An essentially easy flat but long walk out of Cheddar across the levels to the hamlets of Clewer, Cocklake and Nyland. A lot of the walk is along droves and alongside rhynes, a part of the system of drainage that created and maintains the Somerset Levels. The walk affords wonderful views back to the Mendip Hills: to Cheddar Gorge, and across to Crook Peak to the West. As an option there is a chance to walk up the distinctive Nyland Hill for some better views (adding on about 30 minutes).
This walk starts at ///centrally.observer.carefullyCheddar Moor circular walk (955 downloads)