A choice of two guided walking tours to experience what life was like in the Victorian era. Take a trip on the famous Lynton and Lynmouth funicular Cliff Railway opened in 1890, the highest and steepest totally water-powered railway in the world. Sit back and relax in a Victorian heritage carriage behind a steam engine on the 2-mile (3.5km) round trip through some of the loveliest countryside in North Devon. Finish this wonderful Victorian experience with a locally sourced Cream Tea at Woody Bay Station.
£60 per person
Yes, free of charge.
Cream Tea included.
Suitable walking clothes and footwear for the weather conditions.
March – October.
Train is wheelchair accessible; however, the walk may not be suitable for people with mobility issues.
Basic English required to fully appreciate the tour.
Wild open heather moorland and shady coastal woodlands perch atop the highest sea cliffs in the country, and have provided inspiration to William Wordsworth and other poetic greats.