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Lynton & Lynmouth

Lynton & Lynmouth

The small rural town of Lynton and coastal village of Lynmouth guarantee an escape to those wishing a complete change from the busy pace of modern life. It is impossible to rush in Lynton & Lynmouth. Set in the heart of Exmoor National Park the twin resorts are far from industry and commerce. It would […]
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Tarr Steps

Tarr Steps

The Tarr Steps are a clapper bridge across the River Barle in the Exmoor National Park, Somerset, England. They are located in a national nature reserve about 2.5 miles (4 km) south east of Withypool and 4 miles (6 km) north west of Dulverton. A typical clapper bridge construction, the bridge possibly dates to around […]
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Dunkery Beacon

Dunkery Beacon

Dunkery Beacon at the summit of Dunkery Hill is the highest point on Exmoor and in Somerset, England. It is also the highest point in southern England outside of Dartmoor. The sandstone hill rises to 1,705 feet (520 m) and provides views over the surrounding moorland, the Bristol Channel and hills up to 86 miles […]
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Dunster

Dunster

Dunster is a mediaeval village situated in the sweeping hills of the Exmoor National Park. With over 200 listed buildings Dunster is preserved so that generations to come can enjoy the historic qualities of this unique village. Dunster has a wealth of historic buildings, from the National Trust’s 11th century Dunster Castle to the Old […]
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Exmoor Zoo

Exmoor Zoo

Set in the North Devon countryside the zoo hosts winding paths lined with shrubs and trees providing homes for many wild species of birds and invertebrates, bringing you that much closer to nature. Take a look and enjoy the atmosphere of a relaxing stroll around this family run zoo. Take your pick of a mixture […]
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Porlock

Porlock

Porlock is an attractive village with old thatched cottages and a good selection of shops, cafes, restaurants and places to stay. The ancient parish church is dedicated to St Dubricius and the medieval manorial dower house contains a museum of local history. Porlock Hill is notorious for its steepness and can be by-passed by the […]
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Cycling

Cycling

The varied and often hilly terrain may provide a challenge for keen cyclists, but there are flatter areas that provide great cycling for families and more leisurely cyclists.Off-road cycle tracks provide some exciting prospects for mountain biking on Exmoor.
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Walking

Walking

Whether it’s an easy stroll to admire the scenery or a more strenuous ramble you want, Exmoor and the Quantock Hills have plenty to offer when exploring on foot. If you are an experienced walker or someone who prefers a short stroll, Exmoor National Park is the ideal place to explore the outdoors on foot.
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Riding

Riding

Exmoor and horse riding were made for each other. With a choice of peaceful forest tracks offering excellent going, wide open spaces for exhilarating gallops, meandering trails alongside sparkling rivers and streams, wooded valleys for strengthening hill work and rolling pastureland for relaxing hacking,
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