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.
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You may find our Plan Your Visit Page helpful.
Enjoy the feel of tarmac under your wheels? With panoramic views and steep valleys to climb, Exmoor has some of the best variety of road riding in the country. There are routes available for all abilities. If you want to enjoy the network of quiet country lanes, or climb the 1705 ft to the highest point at Dunkery, there is something for everyone.
If off road cycling is more your thing then check out our Mountain Biking Pages
There are some great national routes that utilise just some of what Exmoor has to offer. You can find information on the West Country Way that links up Bristol and Lands End, as well as other routes for the South West on the Sustrans website. We also have a number of active and enthusiastic cycling clubs in and around Exmoor. They are a useful point of contact for local knowledge of some of the best routes and hidden gems:
If you are looking for a more structured way to test yourself, there are a number of annual sportives and events held on Exmoor. Here are just a few that are on offer:
- 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
- Where to stay
- ExploreMoor - Travel Information
- Accessible Exmoor
- The National Park Ranger Experience
- Park Partners
- Horse Riding
- Road Cycling
- Mountain Biking
- Tarr Steps
- Exmoor Day - 19th October
- Book Exmoor Experiences
- Proposals for the Valley of Rocks Picnic Site – Update May 2021