Snowdrop Valley

Visit the amazing Snowdrop Valley - Saturday 2 February to Sunday 3 March

Snowdrop Valley has been open to the public as an official event since 1998, with some visitors returning every year to remind themselves of this beautiful, local, secret valley. Cutcombe Parish Council now operate the Park and Ride Service which allows visitors easy access to the valley.

We have defined a number of walks, ranging from the short and direct route to the valley using local bridlepaths and footpaths, to a 2-3 hour trek for those wanting to take in more of the surrounding area. We also hold a variety of souvenir merchandise available for visitors to purchase, and promote the Snowdrop Cafe which is manned entirely by volunteers raising money for local charities.

Local businesses also support Snowdrop Valley, offering light refreshments and afternoon tea to visitors.

Snowdrop Valley is open from Saturday 2nd to Sunday 3 March inclusive.

The park and ride bus service into the valley runs from Saturday 9th to Sunday 24th February.  The first and last weeks of the month (2nd - 8th February and 25th February to 3rd March) are walking access only to the valley, and visitors with mobility problems can obtain a pass to drive their vehicle into the valley duing the weekends of 2nd/3rd February, and 2nd/3rd March.


Exmoor and the Quantock Hills are great places to visit all year round and there are events to enjoy whatever the weather. There are a number of annual festivals, plus numerous village fetes, concerts and sporting events. Exmoor National Park and the Quantock Hills both provide guided walks throughout the year.

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