Report a Trail Issue

The route uses existing Rights of Way and individual landowners are largely legally responsible for ensuring the route is unobstructed and any gates and stile are kept in good repair. The Highway Authorities are responsible for maintaining public rights of way surfaces, signage, and protecting the rights of the public. These bodies take on the role of monitoring and way-marking the Coleridge Way route and will work with landowners to support them in their legal duties.

Somerset County Council has responsibility for the route outside of the Exmoor National Park. They are assisted within the Quantock Hills AONB by the Quantock Hills AONB team. Contact the Rights of Way team.

Exmoor National Park Authority has delegated responsibilities from Somerset County Council and Devon County Council for Rights of Way management, including the Coleridge Way, within Exmoor National Park. Contact the Access and Recreation Team.

Web issues

Please contact the webmaster if you have any issues using the site, or contact the secretary of Exmoor Tourism if you'd like more information on advertising.

Local information

If you would like to contact us about anything to do with the area please call or visit any of the visitor centres below. Accommodations queries are best deal with by the Tourist Information centres.

Tourist Information Centres

Minehead 01643 702624
Porlock 01643 863150
Watchet 01984 632101

Lynton 01598 752225




National Park Centres

Dunster 01643 821835
National Park Centre Dunster
Lynmouth 01598 752509
National Park Centre Lynmouth
Dulverton 01398 323841
National Park Centre Dulverton