You could be forgiven for not knowing much about Exmoor National Park, or even that it existed at all. It seems those in the know have been keeping this place a secret from the rest of us. And for good reason.
Exmoor National Park is unbelievable!
The beautiful and dramatic coastline, stretching from Minehead in the East to Combe Martin in the West is home to the highest sea cliffs in England. And if you’re not going for the ocean view…? The moorland, rich oak woodland, clear streams, wildlife and plants that can only be found on Exmoor should keep you busy. If not, here’s a list of some of the many family events and big adventures happening in Exmoor National Park
Exmoor Nationals Parks history is apparent at every turn. From the Exmoor inspired romantic poets and novelists of the 1800’s to rock that outdates even the oldest mountain ranges in the world, it’s no wonder the park is home to multiple learning facilities such as the Pinkery Centre for Outdoor Learning which regularly hosts Duke of Edinburghand Ten Tors training groups to name a few.
Here’s our advice, pack that day bag and head out on the South West Coastal path, head for the Valley of Rocks. Walk for an hour, walk for a week. We’re certain you won’t get bored of this hidden gem. Find all the information you need to walk Exmoor
Just do us a favor… Don’t tell everyone.
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