Wheddon Cross will be welcoming visitors to Snowdrop Valley from 1st February to 27th February 2022, weather and covid rules permitting. Come and see this spectacular display of snowdrops in the woodland valley. The land is privately owned, opening up for visitors to view this beautiful natural attraction.
The main parking will be at the Cutcombe Cattle Market car park, the charge is £2.50 per car. On market days, the 2nd, 9th and 16th February, alternative parking in the car park by the playing field will be available. Coach parking is £10 and motorbikes are free.
There will be no organised bus service to and from the valley this year, however, there will be a Land Rover service offered for a fee by local safari companies. Book these by contacting Andrew Turner 07791 717058 and Daphne Brace 07977 571494. The cost will be £5 per person each way – sorry they can’t take dogs.
The valley road is closed to all vehicles (other than permit holders) during the Snowdrop Valley dates. Car passes will be available for blue badge holders, available from the onsite kiosk (these are available for a refundable £10).
Maps of the walks will be available from the parking kiosk. The kiosk will be staffed from 9.30 – 4.30.
Light refreshments will be available at the Market car park (run by local charities) and also in Wheddon Cross village in the local shop, The Rest and Be Thankful Pu and Exmoor House.
Please wear suitable warm waterproof clothes and sturdy footwear – paths can be muddy this time of year! Well behaved dogs are welcome.
There are free toilets at the Rest and Be Thankful Car Park.
Keep an eye on the Snowdrop Valley website for further details.
Photo credit: Leanna Coles