The COVID Countryside Code
When you visit Exmoor National Park, please ensure you follow The Exmoor Countryside Code. It's important to follow these guidelines, to protect visitors and our local communities.
The Exmoor Covid Countryside CodeDownload
Eat Exmoor Guide
Our Eat Exmoor Guide offers food inspiration with a useful Exmoor Food Map with all the contact details for local eateries and producers. Please phone ahead to make reservations and check opening hours.
Eat Exmoor Guide 20-21Download
Minehead Eating & Drinking Map 2020Download
Real ale can be found in abundance across Exmoor! To help your real ale discovery, please see the Exmoor Pubs & Bars Map created by the Somerset and North Devon CAMRA branches.
Exmoor Pubs & Bars MapDownload
Featured here are a section of circular drives showing off the very best of the Exmoor! The routes pass through lovely towns and pretty villages, they pass beauty spots, panoramic views, picnic spots and places of interest.
The road trip of all road trips! This loop takes in all of Exmoors major towns and villages including Minehead, Dunster, Watchet, Dulverton, Combe Martin, Lynton, Lynmonth and Porlock.
Take in Lynton & Lynmouth, explore Lorna Doone country, out to Porlock, discover the ancient Horner Woods, over to Exford and loop back via Simonsbath.
Visit pictureque Dulverton, discover the famous Tarr Steps, over to the pretty village of Selworthy, take in Minehead beach, heading to medieval Dunster village and via Wimbleball Lake.
Take in Simonsbath valley, head over to the rural villages of Exford and Wheddon Cross, swing by Wimbleball Lake, Dulverton, Winsford, Withypool, head on to see the famous ancient Landacre Bridge.
Breath in the sea air at Combe Martin, take the magnificant scenery of Heddon Valley over to Valley of Rocks, visit Lynton & Lynmouth before heading south to Simonsbath.
Car Free Days Out
Leave the car and explore Exmoor via public transport. The Exmoor National Park has a selection of Car Free Days Out, including Rides and Walks, where you use public transport and then take a linear walk back. There are also a selection of circular alks which you can take yourself to. Always check local public transport timetables and information - timetables change seasonally and different services operate throughout the week and weekends.
Exmoor National Park Website:
Exmoor National Park website:Visit Site
Exmoor is renowned for the quality of its footpaths and bridleways. Here are some carefully chosen links which will give you a selection of free walks leaflets and other helpful information.
Lynton & Lynmouth WalksVisit Site
Offers a selection of over 40 self guided walks around Lynton and Lynmouth.
Walking In EnglandVisit Site
Offers a wide selection of self guided walks around Somerset.
Walking WorldVisit Site
Offers masses of self guided walks throughout the country, but also plenty around Exmoor.
Exmoor National ParkVisit Site
You'll find masses of information about long distance routes, out and about essentials, access and recreation maps.
Local Maps & Leaflets
For when you are out and about, please see a selection of maps and visitor information downloads:
Discover Dunster LeafletDownload
Map of MineheadDownload
Watchet Town GuideDownload
Visit Lynton and Lymouth Leaflet GuideDownload
Combe Martin MapDownload
Visit Minehead LeafletDownload
Coleridge Way Information
The Coleridge Way is a 51 mile linear walk starting in Nether Stowey in Somerset and finishing in Lynmouth in Devon. It crosses the Quantock Hills, the Brendon Hills and Exmoor. The Coleridge Way website has full details, but here are some of the various leaflets which you can also get from its website.