Experience the stunning landscapes of Exmoor National Park.
We will help to make it possible for people with access needs to take part wherever possible. Please let us know your access needs when you sign up to take part.
Some sites are more accessible than others – we will be providing more information here about the activities involved, walking level difficulty and accessibility in the future.
First designated in 1954, Exmoor National Park has an amazing variety of landscapes within its 267 square miles. Large areas of open moorland come alive with purple heather and yellow gorse in summer. They provide a sense of remoteness, wildness and tranquillity rare in southern Britain. Spectacular high sea cliffs provide breath-taking coastal views, while deep wooded valleys, incised by fast-flowing streams, provide shelter for rare Atlantic rainforest. Catch a glimpse of wild red deer or the region’s famous herds of free roaming Exmoor ponies.