North Street Moor​

All Walks start and end at the Whatley Car Park

In wet weather the paths and tracks can be very muddy and , except in prolonged dry weather, you will need hiking boots or wellies. In very wet weather there will probably be flooding.

Note: Be careful if there are cattle with calves in fields that you cross. Keep dogs well under control and please leave gates as you found them.

There are several very pleasant pubs, restaurants and cafes in Langport town centre if you feel like some refreshments after your walk. 

North Street Moor

2.0 to 3.4kms / 1.25 to 2.11 miles

Go north through the Walter Bageshot Town Gardens (behind Town Hall) and through the gates, turn right and follow the rhyne past the footbridge to Tesco (400m).

Go over the Rhyne, through the opening and turn sharp left following the rhyne for a short way. 

Go through the railway arches and rejoin the large rhyne. This will bring you to the old sluice (500m). Climb up over the sluice (there is handrail).

You will come out near the river bank. 

Go left under the railway bridge and through the metal gate. It can be muddy at times).

Follow the river as far as you can go and then turn off down the bank and follow the rhyne back to the town hall and Whatley (1km).

Monks Lease Clyse side Walk

Once over the sluice, you can follow the Parrett by turning right and walking down to Monks Lease Clyse and overflow to the River Sowey (750m). Then retrace your steps back via the bridge to Whatley.