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Valley of the Rocks, Lynmouth
(4.8/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
Feral goats and evidence of the last Ice Age, draw thousands of tourists annually to Valley of the Rocks. Startling rock formations line the 0.8 km (0.5 mi) basin that runs parallel to the coast in north Devon. The coast path is generally level thanks to a formally surfaced path that leads the way. If you prefer an even easier walk, several parking lots allow you to choose a spot close to your preferred destination. Ancient fossils line the valley. It's okay to pick them up during your walk but return them to their original spots to preserve the area. Public picnic areas and a cafe provide quiet spots to snack. Plan to visit Valley of the Rocks and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Lynmouth attractions using our Lynmouth trip itinerary builder.
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  • Beautiful walk and stunning views - path is right on edge so can feel a little scary! Was only a 10-15 minute walk but stayed for a couple hours. 
  • Have been there only once but definitely will be back there again! Stunning scenery especially during sunset. Great place for a walk but for running as well. 
  • We went here in November so we had the place it seemed to our selves and the views were fantastic if you go watch out for the goats how they don't fall of the cliffs is amazing