On Exmoor you are never far from the sound of water, and the rivers and streams that flow from the high ground and have cut the many deep combes are one of the defining characteristics of the National Park. The very name , Exmoor - is named as the moor of the Exe, our largest river.
Main rivers: length from source to mouth:
|Barle (via Exe)||54 miles|
|Bray (via Taw)||39 miles|
|Mole (via Taw)||39 miles|
|East Lyn/ Oare Water / Weir water||10 miles|
|Washford River||9 miles|
|Horner Water / Chetsford Water||8 miles|