By bus - Check Traveline SouthWest. Additional bus services for Exmoor
By car - To Ralegh’s Cross Inn: Leave the M5 at Junction 25 (Taunton) and follow the signs to the A358 towards Minehead. Approximately 1 mile after the sign for Bishops Lydeard, turn
left along the B3224 for 8 miles. The Inn is on the left hand side at a crossroads.
- To the Incline carpark:
(open from Oct. 2010) Approximately after two thirds of the way between Ralegh's Cross and the junction at Beulah Chapel a track leads off the southern side of the B3190 to the Incline carpark in the woods below. From there a bridlepath leads to the Incline.
On foot - The Incline can be accessed by via the public rights of way. Ordnance Survey map OL9 covers Exmoor National Park, and includes the Brendon Hills and Watchet. Other maps are also available from most Tourist Information Centres.
Grid reference for the Winding House: OS GR ST 023 344.
Grid Reference for the public bridleway meeting the Incline: GR ST 025 347.
The Mineral Line on Google maps