Enjoy exploring this stunning corner of Somerset with its miles of walking trails and ancient woodlands.
Follow this walk through Selworthy village to Bossington beach and Selworthy Woods.
A very tough walk where the habitat is tall, dense bracken on steep slopes where there are no paths, but this is by far the best place to go in pursuit of the rare heath fritillary butterfly.
A circular walk with no waymarkers and little signage, passing through the steep-sided river valley, which is very steep on both the descent and ascent.
Discover Selworthy church, the war memorial and Bury castle as you follow this walk around the local countryside.
Start with a picnic in the meadows before exploring this extensive ancient wood pasture, and greeting the deer, stag and impressive 500-year-old oak tree.
Follow this walk taking in the rainforest surroundings, one of Britain's rarest butterflies and over 440 species of fungi including the most dangerous of all, the death cap.
Tackle day two of our challenge. A more difficult stretch but well worth the effort as you discover Heath fritillary butterflies, Dunkery Beacon and Horner Wood.