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Accessible Exmoor

Tramper on NT WalkThe beautiful landscape of Exmoor National Park is a great place to explore and enjoy, whatever your level of mobility. While some of the footpaths and bridleways can be rugged and challenging, many are much easier and suitable for a wide range of users. There is suitable access for people who are less mobile or use a wheelchair, families with young children or pushchairs, as well as anyone who just wants an easy going stroll. There are now several places on Exmoor where you can hire an all -terrain tramper . These include Heddon Valley, Wimbleball Lake and Dunster Castle

For some great routes on Exmoor that are more accessible then visit our Walking Map and look for the blue markers which will take you to routes on the Phototrails website.


Useful Links

South West Coast Path

Tall Trees Trail

Calvert Trust


Here are some upcoming events that might be particularly suitable for people who are less mobile. Or you can browse all events here

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History of Lynmouth

Lynmouth Pavilion
7th Jul 2015 2:30pm
Join a local walk leader to discover more about Lynmouth's past and the changes ...
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Moor Music

Poltimore Arms Yarde Down
8th Jul 2015 8:00pm-10:00pm

Discovering Dunster's Hidden History

Dunster Castle NT car park GR 992 437
9th Jul 2015 2:00pm-4:30pm

Evenings@The Pavilion

Lynmouth Pavilion
9th Jul 2015 7:00pm

Charcoal Making Day

Bulworthy Project, Rackenford
11th Jul 2015

Carhampton Village Fete

Carhampton Recreational Hall & Field
11th Jul 2015 2:00pm-5:00pm


Additionally, here are the upcoming events where trampers are available for hire

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THE JUNGLE BOOK PRESENTED BY CHAPTERHOUSE THEATRE CO.

WIMBLEBALL LAKE CAFE
23rd Jul 2015 4:00pm-6:00pm
In the magical Indian jungle a new arrival changes the animal kingdom forever. Y...
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FAMILY FUN DAY

WIMBLEBALL LAKE CAFE
2nd Aug 2015 12:00am

Discover Exmoor’s Bats at Wimbleball

Wimbleball Lake Café
15th Aug 2015 8:00pm-10:00pm

PIRATES OF WIMBLEBALL

WIMBLEBALL LAKE CAFE
22nd Aug 2015 11:00am