|Length||36 mi (58 km)|
|Location||Quantock Hills, Exmoor National Park, Somerset, England|
It was opened in April 2005, and the route links several sites associated with the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge starting from Coleridge Cottage at Nether Stowey, where he once lived and finishing at Porlock.
The footpath is waymarked. It starts in the Quantock Hills (England's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), passing through the villages of Holford, West Quantoxhead and Bicknoller before moving onto the Brendon Hills through the villages of Monksilver, Roadwater and Luxborough, across Lype Hill to Wheddon Cross. The final part of the path crosses the fringes of Exmoor National Park at Dunkery Hill to the woodland village of Horner and moves towards the coast at Porlock on the Bristol Channel where it intersects with the South West Coast Path. The landscapes include heathland, moorland, deciduous & coniferous woodland, farmland, deeply wooded valleys.
In May 2007 The Coleridge Bridle Way was launched providing a horse riding route between Nether Stowey and Exford and includes over 4 miles of new bridleways.