Jubilee Gardens are formed on a steep slope above the Ilfracombe Museum located between Wilder Road and the sea, merging on its East side with the Landmark Theatre. Jubilee Gardens is an open, grassed area with flower beds, shrubs and trees criss-crossed with footpaths. The footpaths are of varying widths and gradients ranging from 28.5% (1:3.5) to 7.5% (1:13)with uneven steps along all but one of the routes through the Gardens. From the higher parts of the gardens there are views out to sea or back across the gardens and rooftops. For people who can manage the steep paths there are numerous wooden seats along most of the routes through the gardens.
|OVERALL RATING: BLUE|
|Maximum Climbing Gradient:||2 - BLUE||6%|
|Maximum Descending Gradient:||1 - GREEN||-3%|
|Total Elevation Gain:||20 metres|