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Second time I have visited here and it’s gorgeous!! I love nothing better than a good walk/hike however the boyfriend is never so keen but even he fell in love with it.
There are two entrances, Devils Cauldron and the waterfall entrance. If you plan...More
Well worth a visit whilst in the area, and free entry for NT members. Guided by the very helpful staff at the entry point starting at the Devils Cauldron near to Lydford village, we decided to be adventurous and walk the whole circuit. The gorge...More
Follow the entire circular route.
One area of route could be dangerous particularly if wet or slippery.
Start from Lydford station. Cafe at the half way point station.
Heavy rain will make the waterfalls spectacular
Visited the Gorge yesterday, certainly picked the right time of year with the leaves gradually falling. The top part of the walk is fairly easy going and at half way we had a nice cream tea. Going down into the Gorge we took the slope...More
This is such a great spot. Would recommend starting at the northern (Devil’s Cauldron) car park so you do the upper walk prior to the return walk beside the river and ending at the Devil’s Cauldron itself. Visit many times the scenery is ever changing.
I previously visit some 60 years ago and it's still as memorable as the first visit. Lovely welcome from the staff in the entrance hall and the cafe (cauldron end). As we are senior citizens (one with a biopic hip) we decided against the main...More
The Gorge is a National Trust property/natural attraction. It is a stunningly beautiful, wooded and shady riverside walk. Amazing photo opportunities. Please be careful and wear non slip walking shoes/trainers as the granite paths can be slippery. Most of the walk has handrails to hold...More
Great place with ample parking, friendly helpful staff and well organised walk / directions around this beautiful site. There is a cafe at the start and also at the halfway point. The staff were fast and efficient and the food selection wide, quality high and...More