If you visit Exmoor, please remember that social distancing measures continue to apply - please observe these at all times for your safety and the safety of communities, businesses and staff working in the National Park.
STAY ALERT, CONTROL THE VIRUS, SAVE LIVES.
You may find our Plan Your Visit Page helpful.
The 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.
Here are some upcoming events that might be particularly suitable for people who are less mobile. Or you can browse all events here
Additionally, here are the upcoming events where trampers are available for hire
- Plan Your Visit
- Donate to Caremoor
- Walking on Exmoor
- Exmoor Visitor Map
- Exmoor Events Calendar
- Out and About Essentials
- National Park Centres
- Exmoor for Families
- Exmoor Visitor
- Pinkery Breaks
- Autumn on Exmoor
- Where to stay
- ExploreMoor - Travel Information
- Accessible Exmoor
- The National Park Ranger Experience
- Horse Riding
- Road Cycling
- Mountain Biking
- Tarr Steps
- Exmoor Day - 19th October