Snowdrop Valley

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Snowdrop Valley: A thirty minute circular walk around a small stream with renowned snowdrops that bloom through the month of February. Most of the snowdrops are roped off, to reduce accidental damage, though some of the flowers have escaped.

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Exmoor, Somerset, Wessex, South West England, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Blagdon Wood, Avill Valley, Sir Robins Path, North Hawkwell Wood, Little Quarme Wood


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Path showing roped off area and snowdrops to the right


How to get here


Snopdrop Valley runs a park and ride scheme from 31 January to 22 February; 10:30 to 16:00 every day and costs £4.00 per adult and takes ten minutes. Park in the Rest and Be Thankful car park situated in the middle of the village of Wheddon cross, located on the A396.
*No direct access to snowdrop valley via car is permissible, 31 January to 22 February, under an official order. For those requiring a mobility pass, these can be collected via the Information trailer situated in the Rest and Be Thankful car park.


Leave the park and ride car park via the exit onto the Exford Road, turn left, past the garage then go right to the auction field and follow the signs


Opening times (Snowdrop valley):

Never closes

Opening times (Park and ride scheme; 31 January - 22 February):
10:30 - 16:0010:30 - 16:0010:30 - 16:0010:30 - 16:0010:30 - 16:0010:30 - 16:0010:30 - 16:00
*Last bus returns at 4:45pm

Prices (Snowdrop valley):

Free access to the Valley by foot

Prices (Park and ride):
AdultChild (5-15)Child (0-4)OAP
*Dogs taken at drivers discretion


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