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Trentishoe Barrows
...Exmoor coast are particularly steep, and the area boasts England's highest sea cliff (at Great Hangman, just visible from the Coast Path as you make your way around Holdstone Down) and its highest...
Codden Hill from Barnstaple Station
...Exmoor in the north. On a clear day, it is possible to see the sweep of the coast all the way from Hartland to Minehead. There is a toposcope around the monument at the top of the hill which lists no ...
Avocet Line: Exmouth to Lympstone
...Exmoor, are rich in nutrients for invertebrates such as cockles and lugworms, which in turn provide a valuable food source for birds. The estuary is a traditional stop-off point for migratory birds, i...
Riviera Line - Starcross - Powderham
...Exmoor, are rich in nutrients for invertebrates such as cockles and lugworms, which in turn provide a valuable food source for birds. The estuary is a traditional stop-off point for migratory birds, i...
FAQs
...Exmoor and West Cornwall may be slightly cooler. Average rainfall ranges from 9 days per month (June) to 16 (October). South Devon and Dorset are drier, as are South and West Cornwall. Average sunshin...
Fastest Known Time
...Exmoor, is very special too.  Elsewhere I saw crashing cliffs, endless beautiful beaches, wild sand dunes (not great for running in mind), coy coves and bays, moors, pleasingly cliched little Cornish ...
Volunteer
...Exmoor National Park rangers, who do the actual work of clearing fallen trees or repairing signposts, and then there is the great team down at the SWCPA Office.” Get in touch To find out more about ou...
Hillsborough's Sleeping Elephant
...Exmoor coastline. A little further east, the sandstone hogsback cliffs are the highest in England (see the Hangman Hills Walk). Carry on along the path as it curves left to head back towards Hele, wi...
Avocet Line: Topsham Station to Powderham & Starcross
...Exmoor, are rich in nutrients for invertebrates such as cockles and lugworms, which in turn provide a valuable food source for birds. The estuary is a traditional stop-off point for migratory birds, i...
Avocet Line: Lympstone to Topsham
...Exmoor, forming extensive mud flats, sand banks, marshland and pastureland. These are rich in nutrients for invertebrates such as cockles and lugworms, which in turn provide a valuable food source for...