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|2201||Wells, a city stroll||easy||1.50|
|1750||Dunkery Beacon from Dunkery Gate||easy/mod||2.50|
|1924★||Lydeard Hill to Wills Neck||easy||2.60|
|2426★||Wraxall circular from Tyntesfield||easy||3.20|
|2211||Minehead to Dunster||easy||5.00|
|1925★||Plainfield to Wills Neck||easy||5.00|
|2087★||The Cam Brook Valley from Southstoke||easy||5.50|
|3332★||Cameley & Hinton Blewett from Litton||easy||5.60|
|1822||Hodder's Combe, Bicknoller Post & Higher Hare Knap||easy/mod||5.75|
|1222||Winsford Hill & the Allotment from Winsford||moderate||6.00|
|1662★||Wavering Down & Crook Peak from Kings Wood, Winscombe||easy/mod||6.00|
|3412★||Dowsborough Fort from Holford||easy/mod||6.00|
|3211||Crowcombe & Wills Neck||moderate||7.00|
|3499||West Compton & North Wootton from Pilton||easy/mod||7.50|
|3399||Ham Woods, Croscombe & Knowle Hill from Shepton Mallet||easy/mod||7.50|
|2103||Shepton Mallet and the Fosse Way||easy/mod||7.50|
|1860||The River Barle and Withypool from Tarr Steps||easy/mod||7.50|
|1696★||Weacombe Combe, Bicknoller Post, Kilve & Longstone Hill||easy/mod||7.50|
|1220★||Dunkery Beacon from Wheddon Cross||moderate||8.00|
|1669★||Anstey Gate and Hawkridge from Tarr Steps||moderate||8.20|
|1221★||Selworthy Beacon & North Hill from Bossington||moderate||8.50|
|2804||Bath to Keynsham over Kelston Round Hill||easy/mod||9.00|
|2330★||Quantock Hills from Dead Woman's Ditch||moderate||9.20|
|1275||North Wootton & Worminster from Wells||moderate||9.50|
|3304||Pennard Hill from Pylle||moderate||10.00|
|1567★||Keynsham to Bath on the south side of the Avon||easy/mod||11.10|
|1346||Priddy, Ebbor Gorge & Wookey Hole from Wells||moderate||13.50|
Walks that start in adjacent counties / areas.
Walks that start in adjacent counties or areas but cross the boundary and include sections of the route within Somerset
|1263★||The Doone Valley from Malmsmead||Devon|
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