Where Exmoor tumbles to the sea
Exmoor was one of Britain's first National Parks being designated in 1954 and covers 267 sq miles extending from the Brendon Hills in the east to Combe Martin in the West. It is one of the finest stretches of unspoilt countryside in England.
Along the dramatic coast are England's highest sea cliffs. Inland, wild heather moorland, heaths and deep wooded combes of ancient oak forest offer a
chance for solitude, which you can share with the famous wild red deer and Exmoor ponies.
Walkers and horse riders love Exmoor -the footpaths and bridleways are well maintained and signposted - there are facilities for hacking, jumping or trekking. Exmoor is a naturalist's paradise with a huge variety of habitats and a great diversity of plants and animals.
Exmoor where wilderness and beauty combine
The Exmoor National Park Authority website.
A non-commercial community website containing a vast array of information about Exmoor, including encyclopaedia pages, photos, business listings, tourist information and an events calendar.
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