One of the joys of exploring Exmoor is on foot, and while there are many marker routes and maps available, there are also many Guided Walks put on by different organisations to explore this beautiful area and learn about its history while enjoying the delights of the outdoors.
WILD ABOUT EXMOOR
Join us on our guided walks and explore some of the less travelled paths of Exmoor.
Malcolm and Jennie have spent the last 11 years exploring the length and breadth of Exmoor National Park. They have good knowledge of places to go depending on the weather, wildlife spotting, picnic spots or views. Every Wednesday and Saturday from Easter weekend to the end of September they will be guiding a walk of 3-5 miles, duration 2 – 3 hours at many different venues across the moor. The walks will include some foraging and wildlife spotting, hopefully Red Deer, Exmoor ponies and fabulous countryside.
EXMOOR SOCIETY GUIDED WALKS 2021
Please wear suitable clothing and footwear.
Dogs under control are welcome unless otherwise stated. Dogs must be on leads (max 2m length) during the bird nesting period 1 March-31 July.
Exmoor Society guided walks are free to members and non-members alike, but donations are welcomed to cover administration and printing costs.
The Exmoor Society, 34 High Street, DULVERTON TA22 9DJ
EXMOOR NATIONAL PARK has some details of Guided Walks throughout the year.
THE MINERAL LINE organises several walks taking in sections of the historic railway route and the impressive Incline.
STOWEY WALKING FESTIVAL is held each June.