Lype Hill, The Brendon Hills, Somerset

If you’re into hill bagging or even just walking, make sure you climb this one; at 1,388ft it’s the highest peak in the Brendon Hills, within Exmoor National Park, the site of a Bronze Age bowl barrow. There’s a man made mound with a trig point right at the top and of course the views are glorious; bracken clad moors, open fields and wooded slopes, stretching across the coast to Wales. Continue your walk to Wheddon Cross where you can have a bite to eat at the appropriately named Rest & Be Thankful Inn.

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