Exmoor National Park was created in 1954. Stunning landscapes, wilderness and tranquility, rare in southern England, and a warm rural welcome await you on Exmoor, one of Britain's hidden treasures. This, and a glimpse of wild red deer or the native Exmoor Pony, are just some of the delights that make Exmoor special.
Whether 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. With over 1000 km of Rights of Way footpaths and bridleways, through woodlands, by tumbling rivers and on open heather covered moorland, the variety is infinite. Affording wonderful views, the South West Coast Path runs along the the 54km of Exmoors coastline and, along with a Regional Trail the Two Moors Way, is a popular way to experience the best of Exmoor.