The government is asking people to stay at home and only go outside for food, health reasons or essential work. People should not travel to the National Park for recreational reasons. Finding ways to get exercise near where you live will help stop the spread.
Whether you are an experienced walker or someone who prefers a short stroll, Exmoor National Park is the ideal place to explore the outdoors on foot. With over 1000km of footpaths and bridleways, through oak woodlands, alongside tumbling rivers and across open heather-covered moorland, the variety is endless. Some of the country's finest long distance routes pass through our National Park, or you can plan your own adventure to explore this unique landscape.
Here are some upcoming guided walks on Exmoor. Or you can browse all events here
Click on individual events for more information. To help you decide whether a walk is suitable for your level of fitness and mobility we grade them by a simple grading system as below. We hope that the information is correct but each organisation is responsible for their own listings
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.
We are here to help
If you have any other questions or concerns about Public Rights of Way or the other work of the National Park Authority please get in touch with our Rangers , or contact our Main Office:
Exmoor National Park Authority
Exmoor House, Dulverton, Somerset, TA22 9HL
Tel: 01398 323665