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All reviews worth the climb amazing views well worth the effort steep walk degree view park and ride lovely walk national trust somerset levels town centre take your time surrounding area sunny day magical place windy steps tower
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It’s a short sharp climb mostly on steps but well worth it for the view. Took us about an hour there and back.

Thank Eurotraveller3
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

walked up the tor its a brilliant place to go and watch the world go by and look out over the levels and wearyhall hill

Thank mickh7079
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Spiritual and magical place. Take it easy going up the Tor as it can be quite a feat but your determination will be blessed with the most beautiful views and serene surroundings

Thank Rose C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was in Glastonbury to visit the Carnival on the 17th November.I decided to take a walk up to the Tor before the Carnival started which was a recommendation from a local I spoke to. The walk up to the Tor was challenging for me...More

Thank MariaEarlsfield
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We are firm regulars here, we love the long walk and hard work to be rewarded with stunning 360* views. Often some unusual characters to be found, all adding to the mystical and great energy here

Thank priceey2003
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We stomped up here with our elderly Cockapoo. Outstanding views and a nice sense of achievement when you have reached the top, taken a good few pics and then go back down, the other side.

Thank helengE4895EE
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We walked up here from the town center (1 mile more or less) and it was breathtaking. It was windy but a clear and sunny November afternoon (very lucky) and took some pretty amazing photos. The walk up can be quite steep but it’s also...More

Thank 917stellac
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Glastonbury Tor is quite a site from any angle. As you get closer it gets better and better but you need to be fit.I nicknamed it Heart Attack hill. My heart rate went through the roof. Make use of the seats on the way up...More

Thank Philbotting1524
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Short and easy climb to give you amazing views of the Somerset Downs. You may even find a beautiful woman at the top playing a pan Drum. Works for me!!

Thank KevinP5099
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful and mysterious place! If you want to enjoy all day outdoors would recommend to go on Glastonbury Tor. 5 and 7 years old enjoyed the day out.

Thank Neri S
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31 May 2018|
Response from AndyP2745 |
Ok don't worry we have worked it out hahaha.
31 May 2018|
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Response from Anne C | Reviewed this property |
Hi Jane, I don't much like heights either, but the Tor is no problem. A five year old in flipflops can walk it. I'm 57 by the way and not that fit. There's a concrete path all the way to the top, with a step every four feet... More
14 April 2018|
Response from TRACEY A | Reviewed this property |
Hi, It maybe advisable to wear wellies to climb the Tor due to the recent bad weather conditions, but normal flat shoes are usually ok as there is a path the entire way up to the top, but it is really steep, so take your... More