A Tulip Diagram Navigational Adventure
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You can join us for either Saturday or Sunday or be brave and
do both. Navigating the most scenic and interesting tarmaced
roads across the Quantocks and Exmoor National Park. Stopping
overnight in Lynton/Lynmouth.
Adventurers gather around 9am Saturday morning in the pretty,
old quarter of Cannington at a local pub on the river, specially
opening for us to provide teas and coffees !!
Entrants leave around 9:30-10:00 with their road book. Heading
out of Cannington, meandering through farmlands, then up and
over the spine of the Quantocks, out to the coast and then into
Exmoor National Park. Saturday is a full day of just over 90miles
with many places to stop and admire the views. Dunster, Minehead
and Porlock all places to stop for food and drinks. The route
encompasses all types of road, from A&B to lanes with passing
places, sunken lanes, forests, hair-pin bends up and down, in
and out of steep valleys, ford crossings and open moorland –
even a toll road (£2.50).
Sunday we regroup in Lynton with a new road book and head
off around 9:30–10:00.
Immediately we enter the weird and wonderful landscape of the
“Valley of the Rocks” then on via a toll road (£1)
past Lee Abbey and along the coast hugging the side of the cliff,
which plunges away down to the sea – Spectacular!! But
don’t worry its safe! Lanes and forests, valleys and hairpins
and then out onto the big open expanse of the moors. Something
for everyone. Sunday’s mileage is around 75 miles and
we finish back on the Quantocks, just outside of Bridgewater,
for teas and coffees.
Accommodation in Lynton/Lynmouth is plentiful but the event
is in August, so booking your hotels, guest houses & B&B’s
early is recommended.
Cost is £20 per car/day or £30 for the whole weekend.
- Tea/Coffee at the start on Saturday
- Tea/Coffee at the finish on Sunday
- Rally Plaques
- Road books
The adventure and scenery comes free!!
All profits going to BAMGOC’s chosen charity.