Information about Events
To help you decide whether a walk is suitable for your level of fitness and mobility we use a simple grading system as below.
Easy Going Stroll - guided walks at a very gentle pace for up to about 2 hours. More accessible locations that are likely to be suitable for many less mobile people, younger children, pushchairs and wheelchair users.
Stroll - usually up to two hours at an easy pace. Likely to be suitable for many children and slower walkers.
Walk - for more experienced or fitter walkers. Open moor or steep or rough ground may be covered in walks that vary in length and type of terrain.
There are some additional icons to provide some more information about the events.
Accessible - This event is likely to be suitable for people with limited mobility, such as older people or young children or for people with disabilities. Please see the event description for more details - and if you have any questions about the suitability of the event for you then contact the organisers.
Free event - There are no charges for attending this event, for some events a donation may be requested
Great for families - This event is likely to be particularly enjoyable for families with children
Trampers available - On some walks, Exmoor National Park and partners can arrange hire of off road mobility vehicles - called trampers.
Dark Sky Event - Exmoor National park was designated Europe's first Dark Sky Reserve in 2011. This event will help you to explore features of Exmoor's dark night skies.
Please note: the information in the event listing is correct to the best of our knowledge but each organisation is responsible for submitting their own listings.
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