Your guide to outdoor activities and events on Exmoor.
Dunster estate, part of The Crown Estate is set in the rolling hills of Exmoor National Park in Somerset. Dunster offers a wide range of attractions for visitors, including spectacular views, fascinating wildlife, a wide range of local foods, hiking, cycling and horse riding trails, and a cultural heritage spanning over 5,000 years.
It is all here for you to see, devour and enjoy! Why not make a weekend of it and take in the wonderful views, beautiful moorland and scenic coast?
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Situated in the south west of Britain, Exmoor National Park contains an amazing variety of landscapes within its 267 square miles. A unique landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland, shaped by people and nature over thousands of years. Where high cliffs plunge into the Bristol Channel, and cosy pubs and tearooms offer delicious local produce.
Plenty of ways to learn more about the nature of Exmoor, with excursions, talks, Porlock Weir Natural History Centre and the Malmsmead Field Centre.
Visit the Exmoor Pony Centre, headquarters of The Moorland Mousie Trust, a charity that works tirelessly for the welfare and promotion of the rare breed Exmoor pony.
The Exmoor Pony is Britain's oldest breed of native pony, thought to be little different from the original wild ponies that colonised Britain many thousands of years ago.
Formed in 1958, the Exmoor Society works to protect and enhance the special qualities of the varied, wild and romantic landscapes of Exmoor.
Exploring the best of Exmoor, North Devon and the Quantocks. Britain’s most scenic Walking Festival!
The Golden Horseshoe ride is a cross-country endurance event that really tests both rider and horse.
An independent charity dedicated to the promotion of high standards of moorland management.
Dulverton & District Young People's Project (DDYPP) and the youth action and consultation group - HEY! (Hear Exmoor Youth).
Living Options Devon is a user-led organisation which exists to ensure people with physical and/or sensory disabilities can make an active and equal contribution in society.
We protect historic houses, gardens, mills, coastline, forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, nature reserves, villages and pubs. Then we open them up for ever, for everyone.
Nettlecombe Court is a field studies centre that hosts residential education visits and training courses. Located in a secluded valley at the eastern edge of Exmoor National Park. The house is a striking example of a Tudor and Georgian country mansion.
A friendly team who can tell you all about attractions, accommodation and places to go around Porlock and Exmoor. On display are some of the bones of an auroch, uncovered by the sea from the remains of the prehistoric forest off Porlock Weir.
Families and friends take on the challenege of across-the-moor walks of 7 or 12 miles to raised funds for charity.
Restoration and conservation of the mire habitats on Exmoor. Find out how Exmoor wetland is being rejuvenated to conserve soil carbon and protect river water quality.
Where to stay, things to do, special offers and more. Freedom is closer than you think – Exmoor is only a half hour drive from the M5 or mainline train stations so give yourself a break – discover Exmoor, the Exmoor Coast and Quantock Hills.