Exmoor National Park

Discover Exmoor's unique moorland landscape, wooded valleys, dramatic high cliffs, cosy pubs and tearooms

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The Exmoor National Park is a truly breath-taking area to explore, with visitors travelling around the world to experience its unique mix of landscapes, including high sea cliffs and rolling moorland, working farmland and deep wooded valleys. If you’re looking for a peaceful escape, Exmoor’s wide vistas, wonderful wildlife and network of walking trails  will help you get away from it all.

 

For something a little different, try a guided hawk walk to experience these magnificent birds up close, or maybe a night time star safari to make the most of Exmoor’s Dark Skies status.

 

For a more active break, Exmoor also offers a wide range of adrenaline fuelled adventures, including challenging mountain biking, steep rock climbs and white water kayaking. There’s a year round programme of organised active events to challenge yourself with too!

 

It’s not just the outdoors to enjoy on Exmoor. Take time to absorb the charm of the coastal communities, and to explore Exmoor’s vast history through its rural towns. With its mix of landscapes, the Exmoor larder is also well worth sampling – from fine Exmoor beef to Lundy lobster and with a range of excellent country pubs, restaurants and cafes across the countryside, you’re certainly in for a well-earned treat. For more information please click the link to the Visit Exmoor website

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Exmoor National Park

The Exmoor National Park is a truly breath-taking area to explore, with visitors travelling around the world to experience its unique mix of landscapes, including high sea cliffs and rolling moorland, working farmland and deep wooded valleys. If you’re looking for a peaceful escape, Exmoor’s wide vistas, wonderful wildlife and network of walking trails  will help you get away from it all.

 

For something a little different, try a guided hawk walk to experience these magnificent birds up close, or maybe a night time star safari to make the most of Exmoor’s Dark Skies status.

 

For a more active break, Exmoor also offers a wide range of adrenaline fuelled adventures, including challenging mountain biking, steep rock climbs and white water kayaking. There’s a year round programme of organised active events to challenge yourself with too!

 

It’s not just the outdoors to enjoy on Exmoor. Take time to absorb the charm of the coastal communities, and to explore Exmoor’s vast history through its rural towns. With its mix of landscapes, the Exmoor larder is also well worth sampling – from fine Exmoor beef to Lundy lobster and with a range of excellent country pubs, restaurants and cafes across the countryside, you’re certainly in for a well-earned treat. For more information please click the link to the Visit Exmoor website