Explore Exmoor

Exmoor National Park has been protected since 1954, keeping the towns, villages and countryside in a preserved state for all to enjoy.  

Exmoor is home to over 600 miles of paths, bridleways and tracks making it a popular destination for walkers, mountain bikers and riders alike.

For the less adventurous Exmoor has plenty of charming country pubs, and award winning fine dining, all making the most of the unique local produce.  

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walkers.jpg  Exmoor is home to herds of wild red deer, Exmoor ponies (now rarer than the Giant Panda) and a multitude of flora and fauna.  

Exmoor is made especially unique as a National Park by having over 35 miles of coastline including the highest sea cliffs in England.  

If you are looking for a relaxing and refreshing break or holiday then you will not find anywhere as charming and atmospheric as Exmoor National Park. 

For Walkers try this great site! www.summiteer.co.uk
It gives detail of walks done by Richard Ratcliffe all over the country, an 27 from this location. Just Fabulous!!!. Currently they are under recent and if you click on the picture tha names a walk it then opens op details and photos of that walk. Well worth a visit. In the future it be reclassified from recent to Exmoor or South West. Time will tell. 

 
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