On Saturday 7th May join a National Park Ranger to explore some less visited parts of the moor, pushing up a valley to wide views and discover some of the hidden parts of Exmoor that make it so special. Large parts of Exmoor are open access, meaning you can walk where you like within those areas. As the walk is completely off footpaths, it will involve some steep ground and narrow sheep paths. Bring waterproof walking boots and maybe windproof jacket and a packed lunch.
The guided walk starts by a small stream with an ancient narrow bridge across it on a small country lane. The bridge is only wide enough for a car, so if you come in from the Porlock Hill direction you will not need to cross this small bridge. From the Malmsmead direction you will need to cross the bridge.
For more information on this walk please visit http://www.exmoorwalkingfestival.co.uk/events/7a-hidden-combes-of-exmoor/ where you can book online, or phone 01271 863001 to book.