Ralegh's Cross Long Walk

An old sepia photo of the mineral line
Walk from Ralegh's Cross Inn, exploring the mineral railway.

The 19th century mineral line was built to carry iron ore from the Brendons to Watchet for shipment to South Wales. This is a walk/talk of about 7 miles, steep, but with stops along the way. We visit  Beulah Chapel, the old Brendon village and the Winding House. Then we go down the  steep Incline to Comberow, through the woods to Leighland Chapel and circle back via a picturesque waterfall. Boots, a packed lunch and waterproofs needed.