For the Early Birds awake on these warm and bright early mornings!
£6.00 for short walk, breakfast and a wild tea
Discover on this short walk the rare High Brown Fritillary and other fritillaries close up in Trentishoe, Heddon Valley before the sun's warmth sets them off flying! Return back for a warm croissant and a nettle & wild mint brew.
Bring your mug , a friend and your camera!
Starting outside Hunter's Inn, EX31 4PY (Not a National Trust event) 4 free car spaces from Lynton - First Come First Served!
Contact Liz: 07505364792 or email@example.com
Can I bring my dog: well behaved dogs allowed on leads. No dogs on Dangerous Dog Act 1991 & 2014 please
Can I bring my child under 5: Yes you can
Do we walk far: We walk no more than 1km / 0.6miles on the tarmac road
Is it steep: There is a 100m / 60 yards of steep uphill to spot the high brown at the Trentishoe slope. There is an alternative flat meadow we can walk to instead. Lots of butterflies there also!
What if it rains: We continue if its LIGHT DRIZZLE.
What would cause a cancellation: Heavy rain and / or wind >40km/h
Where do I park: Outside Hunter's Inn, EX31 4PY with toilets (donation)
Is Hunter's Inn open: Please check their opening times on the website
This adventure is perfect for individuals and small groups, and can be tailored for:
- Charity fundraising
- Hen / Stag parties
- School groups
- Dog Friendly
Make this experience your own: Send Enquiry