Exmoor National Park
Exmoor National Park is 30 miles from Exeter and is situated in the counties of Devon and Somerset
Exmoor was designated as a National Park in 1954 and is one of the smaller National Parks covering 267 sq. miles. The park contains a variety of magnificent landscapes with a central plateau of open moorland which is remote and spacious, while to the north the moorland terminates in towering cliffs above the Bristol Channel. Rocky headlands, steep wooded ravines, plunging waterfalls and jumbled heaps of fallen rock make this an area of outstanding scenic beauty and is the reason why it is defined as a Heritage Coast.
To find out more about Exmoor visit the Exmoor National Park website.