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Wood Combe
...Exmoor ponies grazing along here help to preserve the delicate balance between species, and the area is rich in wildlife as a result of this and other conservation measures taken here by the Exmoor Na...
Robber's Bridge
...Exmoor history which he learned from his uncle, a rector at nearby Oare Church. The real-life Doone brothers are thought to have been a band of Jacobite outlaws who fled from Scotland to this part of...
Crock Point
...Exmoor Coast and Woods, and the woodland here is noted particularly for its ancient hanging oaks and its rare species of whitebeam, some of which are found only on Exmoor (see the Foreland Point Adven...
Geology
...Exmoor, Devon, Cornwall and Dorset, the geology you walk over varies greatly and this is the main reason we have such varied scenery along the Path. As the rocks change, so does the way the land is fa...
Editorial Hub
...Exmoor to the shores of Poole Harbour and offers the ultimate challenge for the long-distance walker. But the Path is not solely the domain of the endurance walker. Its various segments are enjoyed by...
Things to do
...Exmoor and Dartmoor, visit an award winning visitor attraction or catch up on some culture with a visit to your favourite film location, local art gallery or one of the many vineyards, dairies or brew...
Greenaleigh Farm
Greenaleigh Farm A gentle climb through historic woodland rich in wildlife up to open heathland, with magnificent views across the Bristol Channel and over to Exmoor. For keen geologists there is an o...
Selworthy Beacon
...Exmoor on the one hand and the Bristol Channel over to the Welsh coast on the other, with Moor Wood and Minehead Bay to the east and Bossington Hill and Porlock Bay to the west. The walk starts in th...
Caffyns Heanton Wood
Caffyns Heanton Wood A tiny cove, a woodland walk, and a gentle climb into the hills above Lee Abbey with breathtaking views out over the coast and across to the dun hills of Exmoor. The woods are par...
Martinhoe Roman Fortlet
...Exmoor and North Devon, however, there are very few elsewhere in Europe, other than in Norway.  Hollow Brook is also a place of some geological importance. It is on the boundary between the Lynton Be...
Watersmeet
...Exmoor coast, and he brought his father's wealth to Glenthorne from Scotland in order to establish here the country estate required by the terms of his inheritance. There is other evidence around ...
Holdstone Down
...Exmoor part of the coastline (see the Barna Barrow History Walk) this was a popular residential area in the Bronze Age (between 3000 and 5000 years ago), and there are a number of hut circles dating f...
5-7 Day Breaks
...Exmoor National Park and travels along the highest coastline in Britain, passing through dense coastal woodlands and rugged cliff tops. It continues along the north Devon coast through the Victorian s...
About the National Trail
...Exmoor to the shores of Poole Harbour and offers the ultimate challenge for the long distance walker. But the path is not solely the domain of the endurance walker. Its various segments are enjoyed by...
Five of the Best
...Exmoor, the shores of Poole Harbour or a secluded Cornish bay, the South West has perfect picnic  spots in abundance, each one unique in its own way.  Five of the best family walks on the Coast ...
Cycling
...Exmoor Devon Cornwall Dorset Further afield are two National Trails that can be cycled end-to-end. Running from Winchester, the first capital of England, to the white chalk cliffs at Eastbourne, the ...
The route
...Exmoor, continuing along the coast of North Devon into Cornwall. It follows the entire coastline of Cornwall, goes across the mouth of the River Tamar and continues into Devon. After running along the...
History, Nature, Landscape & Culture
...Exmoor, Devon, Cornwall and Dorset, the geology you walk over varies greatly and this is the main reason we have such varied scenery along the Path. Coastal erosion however, is one of our main challen...
Our History
...Exmoor Coast (1975) and the final section through Somerset & North Devon (1978). 1980–1989 As a mark of our growing standing, we entered a dialogue with the Countryside Commission in 1980 over...
52 day itinerary
...Exmoor and North Devon): 7 days, 87 miles Crossing the rugged high moors and woods of Exmoor National Park before passing the surf beaches of Woolcombe and the around the sheltered Taw and Torridge Es...