Exmoor’s Natural Places of Interest

Exmoor is famous for its organic beauty from the highs of Dunkery Beacon to the shores of wild pear beach. Exmoor’s natural places of interest are a haven for walkers, photographers, cyclists and horse riders, with miles of footpaths, coast paths, bridleways and tracks to explore.


Easily Accessible with walks and viewpoints for the more able to in most cases. These locations are recommended for all.


Off Road locations accessible by foot or horse back!


Whilst some locations such as Valley of the Rocks are easily accessed by car, perfect for a picnic and families of different abilities, watching loved ones climb to the top of the rocky path can be just as enjoyable for those less able.

Other of Exmoor’s natural places of interest such as the depths of the moors are a little harder to access by vehicle. If you aren’t a keen walker, one of the best and most traditional ways to explore the moors is by horse back! For many centuries our native moorland Exmoor ponies have not only played a vital conservation role but also proved an invaluable companion, making excellent hardy riding ponies who can hack the moors safely with ease.