Coleridge Way

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The Coleridge Way, opened in April 2005, is a long-distance footpath in Somerset, England, linking Nether Stowey with Porlock. It takes its name from Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the poet, who lived for some time at Nether Stowey. The trail is 36 miles (59km) long.

The route is conveniently divided into three stages:

1. Nether Stowey to Bicknoller (9.6 miles (15.5 km))

2. Bicknoller to Luxborough (13.6 miles (21.9 km))

3. Luxborough to Porlock (13.3 miles (21.3km))