Withypool and Tarr Steps
Walk Number: 26 | Updated: June, 2013
Page 81, information panel, Parking
The car park is located at the start of the walk on the south side of the bridge over the River Barle.
The Anvill Valley
Walk Number: 18 | Updated: June, 2013
Page 55, column 2, line 1
After passing waypoint D the text refers to a blue-waymarked rock, then following a narrower path for a while, but it seems the blue marking has been weathered away; stay on the main track between waypoints D and E.
Hunter’s Inn and Woody Bay
Walk Number: 3 | Updated: June, 2013
Page 16, column 2, paragraph 2, line 5
Go through a gap to enter the National Trust property of Heddon Valley and, at a fork, take the upper path signposted ‘Woody Bay’ through the splendid woodlands that clothe the steep sides of the Heddon valley.
Page 17, column 2, line 1 and 2
After about 1 mile go through a gap and continue along the edge of West Woody Bay Wood; from here the views through the trees to the left across the bay are particularly memorable.
Page 17, column 2, line 6
Go through a gate at the end of the woods to come out on to a lane at a bend B.