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Beer to Branscombe a most picturesque part of Devon
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Point of Interest

Jurassic Coast village of Beer

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Beer ,meaning a clump of trees ,with its charming little harbour owes a lot to its smuggling past.

This is a must walk if you are in this area - it will involve some climbing but views of coastline is breathtaking.

Part of the South West Coast Path
Part of the South West Coast Path

A From the car park turn left into Clapps Lane.

B Just before Higher Meadows turn right onto a footpath. Diagonally cross a residential road onto another public footpath.

C Turn left into Mare Lane and continue past the school. The lane changes into a track then becomes a path.

D In woods take path left and descend somewhat steeply into the outskirts of Branscombe.

E Turn left towards the sea then take a footpath to the river. Continue to Branscombe Mouth   cafe.

F At entrance to car park take South West coast path right and continue back to Beer

G Stunning views of coast line.

Toilets at Branscombe Mouth - a good halfway spot.

Pubs in Beer : Anchor ,Dolphin

parking

Pay & Display Main Car Park

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length:
4.5 miles
time:
1 hr 45 mins
terrain:
tracks bridle,paths
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altitude range
0 - 153 m
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There is one steep climb.

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Beer Walk

 

 Walks near Beer:
    
 Branscombe
This is a must walk if you are in this area - it will involve some climbing but views of coastline is breathtaking.
    
   
 Seaton
Two great walks from this popular holiday resort combining sea and countryside.
    
    
 Donkey Sanctuary
A short but invigorating family walk from the Donkey Sanctuary to the Jurassic Coast where in 2007 the Napoli ran aground.