Photo Paul Miles Greentraveller View to Wavering Down

Photo AONB Unit - Green Ore Boundary Marker

Visit  Greentraveller Guide to the Mendip Hills AONB

Let’s face it, few holidays are 100% green. Most trips involve taking some form of motorised transport and unavoidably contribute to carbon emissions. Greentraveller shows how you can plan a holiday that keeps these emissions down to a minimum.

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Photo Paul Miles Greentraveller Say Cheese! at Queen St Deli Wells

Eat Local Food

Choose B&Bs, farm shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants offering fresh, local produce. Local seasonal food has not travelled, probably has not been deep chilled and comes with a local story so you can learn about the suppliers, breeds and varieties and help boost the local rural economy.




Photo Paul Miles Greentraveller Uplands Holiday Cottage View

Stay Local Accommodation

B&Bs, Self-catering, Camping, Caravanning and Hotels – something for everyone. The Mendip Hills includes lakes, large open grassland areas, deep gorges and caves to explore and enjoy from your local accommodation base.




Photo Paul Miles Greentraveller - Walkers

Walk Downloadable Walks

Ready for you to print and much more. Enjoy amazing views, beautiful countryside and plenty of fresh air!






Photo Paul Miles Greentraveller - Strawberry Line Cyclist

Cycle and Ride Routes and Trails

Information and downloadable trail ready for you to print.







Mendip Hills AONB Visitor Guide





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MHFLogoWe hope you enjoy your visit to the Mendip Hills.
Please contribute to their conservation and enhancement by texting

AONB72 £3 (or any amount up to £10) to 70070

For further information or to make a donation please go to the Somerset Community Foundation web site or call 01749 344949





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