Exmoor National Park (Devon and Somerset)

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The vastness of the Exmoor

vastness of the Exmoor

Certainly not as well known as the Dartmoor, the Exmoor is one of the great ancient moorland landscapes of southern England. Situated picturesquely below the Bristol Channel in the counties of Somerset and Devon, it offers very different characteristics: the rather bare raised bog area, deep wooded valleys and cliffly sloping coastlines. It is a dreamlike – and somewhat secluded – area of southern England and ideal for outdoor activities.

Exmoor National Park homepage with lots of info

on the way at the Exmoor

on the way at the Exmoor

Typical hedges on Exmoor

Typical hedges on Exmoor

on Exmoor near Duncery Beacon

on Exmoor near Duncery Beacon

The Tarr Steps near Dulverton - a "Clapper Bridge" of 17 sandstone elements

The Tarr Steps near Dulverton – a “Clapper Bridge” of 17 sandstone elements

The Tarr Steps in the Barle River Valley on Exmoor

The Tarr Steps in the Barle River Valley on Exmoor

The Tarr Steps - an ancient bridge construction

The Tarr Steps – an ancient bridge construction

Die Tarr Steps sind heute eine reine Fußgängerbrücke- rechts daneben die Furt für Pferde und Fahrzeuge

Die Tarr Steps sind heute eine reine Fußgängerbrücke- rechts daneben die Furt für Pferde und Fahrzeuge

 

Fancy it? Then watch this, the administration of the National Park produced a really nice video:

And a little North Devon all-around:

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