Walking On Exmoor National Park

Exmoor National Park is a walkers paradise, Discover Exmoor by foot! Walking is a much loved pass time for many who visit our beautiful national park. With over 1000km of footpaths and bridleways, we have routes for all abilities. Whether you are an experienced hiker or someone who just fancies a short pub walk!


Adventure through ancient woodlands, marauder along rivers, pass through Exmoor’s vast open moorlands, stumble upon our native moorland ponies, gaze up at a buzzard soaring through the sky or take in the views across the Bristol Channel from the top of Countisbury hill, the possibilities are endless!


Moorland Archaeology walks, discover Exmoor’s hidden history


Short Way-marked routes  from car parks   –  really easy to follow strolls  – just follow the orange arrows   – ideal for families


More accessible walks on the Phototrails website with lots of information about gradients and barriers


Golden walks –  a range slightly longer walks exploring the best of Exmoor


Explore Moor Circular walks – a range of circular walks from Exmoor Villages