Trinity Hill

Visitor information

Explore Trinity Hill

Trinity Hill sits within the East Devon National Landscape and borders the county of Dorset and nearby town of Lyme Regis.

It offers beautiful woodland walks with a variety of forest tracks and pathways to explore as well as areas of open heathland dedicated to wildlife.

At a glance

  • Walking trails
  • Dogs welcome

Things to do

Forest tracks and woodland walks weave throughout the site and many make a loop depending on your preferred distance.

The terrain is variable and can be muddy in the wetter months.

Nearby forests

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Sitting within the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Core Copse at East Hill offers a variety of breath-taking views.

This wonderful woodland has something for everyone with veteran trees, beautiful displays of bluebells and other wildflowers, and an array of historical monuments dating from prehistory to the Napoleonic Wars.

The motte and bailey at Castle Neroche in the Blackdown Hill

Take a step back in history to discover the intriguing remains of a prehistoric Iron Age hill fort, later a motte and bailey.

Meander along woodland tracks for a family adventure and explore the forest to find stunning views and landscapes. This is the perfect place to stop for a picnic among the veteran trees.

The sun is setting between conifer trees

Nestling in the Blackdown Hills National Landscape, Staple Hill is perfectly situated for far-reaching views to Exmoor National Park, the Quantock Hills, and even the south coast of Wales.

Wych Lodge river backed by trees

Wych Lodge boasts some of Somerset’s most stunning ancient oak trees, soothing lakeside views, and an extensive network of woodland tracks for you to explore. Cyclists and horse riders are welcome to roam the forest roads and public rights of way.

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