Exmoor National Park

Discover Exmoor £520

    26th - 31st July


Discover Exmoor

Exmoor National Park comprises 267 square miles of which two thirds lies in West Somerset and one third in North Devon. Our walking holidays will give you the opportunity to explore the contrasting countryside with its deep wooded coombs,farmland, grass and heather moors as well as the magnificent coastline.

The walks take you along parts of the South West Coastal Path and the Two Moors Way. We look for Red Deer and Exmoor ponies that roam the moors. We visit the magnificent Valley of the Rocks and Woody Bay with wonderful views across the Bristol Channel to the Welsh coast.

Your accommodation for these holidays will be at the Simonsbath House Hotel in the tranquil village of Simonsbath, 10 miles from Lynmouth and an ideal location for walkers.

Your Programme

Day 1:


Day 2: Lynton- Valley of the Rocks (M:7mls/11kms)

From Lynton the path takes you along the coast to Lee Abbey and then we follow through woodland before visiting Lee Bay and the scenic wonder of the Valley of the Rocks. We then make our way back to Lynton.

Day 3: Simonsbath -River Barle (M:7.5mls/12kms)

This circular walk starts from the Hotel at Simonsbath and takes you through Birchcleave Wood across pasture land and onto open moorland before dropping down to follow the beautiful River Barle back to Simonsbath passing prehistoric earthworks and the ruins of a 19C copper mine.

Day 4:  Heddon Valley - Woody Bay (M:6.5mls/10.5kms)

A walk which starts at Heddon Valley and takes you to Heddons Mouth and then along the coastal path with magnificent views out to sea. The coastal path then takes you through woodland close to Woody Bay and You return along the old carriageway again with wonderful viewsback to Heddon Valley.

Day 5: Exford- Room Hill (M: 6mls/10Kms)

This walk takes you along the banks of a most attractive stretch of the Exe Valley to the south of the village of Exford. The first half of the route climbs over Road Hill and Room Hill, high above the valley, before descending to cross the river at Nethercote and back to Exford.

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