Take the train to Weston Super Mare and then catch a bus to Cheddar. Click here for train arrival and departure information.
If you require transportation for yourself or your luggage to the start or end of a walk, please contact Alan Garland of the Visit Somerset Luggage and Taxi Service Coordination Team, on 07704 275935, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local information web sites
Cheddar Parish Council – supporting Cheddar Walking and responsible for many of the paths in the parish. If you come across a problem with a path, let the Clerk know via the web site.
Cheddar Village web site – more information about local accommodation, restaurants, events, and other places to explore in the area.
Mendip Hills AONB – supporting Cheddar Walking, the AONB covers the high land to the north east of Cheddar across to the Chew Valley Lakes – find out more about other places in the AONB, conservation activities, special events etc.
National Trust Somerset – the north side of Cheddar Gorge is National Trust land. Find out more about other National Trust locations in Somerset.
Parkrun in Cheddar – based at Sharpham Road Playing Fields and using part of the Cheddar Walking routes along the Strawberry Line, a free, timed, weekly walk, jog or run for all abilities. Cheddar Walking contributed to its start-up costs.
Walking in Somerset Hundreds of free walks to download, and details of all the books, maps and walking clubs in the county.
(Photo: Martin Kay)