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Ebbor Gorge National Nature Reserve. by Nature Conservancy (Great Britain)

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Published by Nature Conservancy in London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL20292783M
ISBN 100901204021

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Ebbor Gorge. Ebbor Gorge NNR is a Shapwick Heath National Nature Reserve is managed by Natural England and covers over hectares at the heart of the Somerset Levels and Moors. Ebbor Gorge National Nature Reserve is a Nature Reserve managed as a Tourist or Visitor Attraction by Natural England and is located in or near Wookey Hole, England. You may be able to get detailed information regarding opening times and other facilities if you follow this link to it's own website Ebbor Gorge National Nature Reserve's own website. Ebbor Gorge National Nature Reserve. WELLS Somerset ; No Rating Not Reviewed Add to planner; You will find lovely woodland walks here, well worth a visit any time of year but especialy in spring for the wildflowers and autumn for the colouring. Visit Website. Ebbor Gorge National Nature Reserve Upper Milton Nr Wooky. Ebbor Gorge National Nature Reserve, BA5 1AY. Results Go to website. You may also be interested in. Llama Trekking with Rackley Llamas Axbridge. Pre-book. Places to Visit. DO Try This at Home! Be an Art Spy with Brave Bold Drama! Glastonbury Friday 27th of Nov Pre-book. Events. DO Try This at Home! Balloon Science with Balloonatic!

A heavily wooded gorge on the western edge of the Mendip Hills, Ebbor nature reserve offers excellent walks through ash woods and a superb view out over the Somerset Levels. The 41 ha reserve is cleft by two steep-sided valleys. The main valley is Ebbor Gorge, carved from limestone. Set into the cliffs are two caves where bones dating to the Ice age have been discovered. Retrace your steps and continue ahead (ignoring the path downhill). Go up to a wooden gate, over the stile and uphill toward gorse bushes. Pass a cattle pond on the left. Go up to a wooden gate, leaving the National Nature Reserve. Walk across the top of the field until you reach a metal gate and stile. Set within the ancient limestone Mendip Hills, Ebbor Gorge is designated a National Nature Reserve, managed by Natural England. Here you’ll find woodland, rocks and caves. There are small streams good for paddling and fallen trees to clamber over. Fill a day wildlife spotting, exploring the woodland, playing in streams and climbing up the rocky path to the Gorge. Cross to the corner of the field and round the right hand side to the gate/stile leading back into the Ebbor Gorge Nature Reserve. Safety This is quite an easy walk of about 6 miles, with easier options for those who want to shorten the walk and just take the marked trails round Ebbor Gorge.

The walk is a little strenuous we went to the bottom of the Gorge and climbed up to the top, when we got to the top we could not find which way to go so followed a sign to the car park but it split and we took the long was round which involved walking top to bottom only to be greeted with the steps up to the car park, could not find the /5(). Description. Ebbor Gorge NNR is a largely wooded site occupying a prominent position on the southern escarpment of the Mendip Hills. Main habitats: woodland. Ebbor Gorge sits within the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is part of the Mendip Woodlands Special Area of Conservation. Features of interest. Ebbor Gorge is owned by the National Trust and administered by Natural England as a national nature reserve. It is also a site of special scientific interest, designated as such in , on account of the plant and animal life, and for being surrounded by an excellent example of ancient, calcareous woodland. Ebbor Gorge. Avon and Somerset. The original routes at Ebbor were laid down by Bane and Lloyd in the ’s but access was subsequently banned. This National Nature Reserve and SSSI is owned by the National Trust and managed by Natural England and .