Accessible Exmoor

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 ValleyWimbleball Lake and Dunster Castle

Our "Exmoor Experts " at National Park Centres are always happy to answer any questions you have to help everyone get the  most out of a visit to Exmoor.

If you are looking for more accessible walking routes then have a  look at Exmoor Strolls, our favourite , short more accessible routes.

Useful Links

Countryside Mobility South West

South West Coast Path

Calvert Trust

  • Exmoor Strolls

    Exmoor Strolls - discover our more accessible short, step and stile free, Exmoor Walks.
  • Exmoor Sensory Stories

    What you might see, touch, smell and hear on a visit to some of our special places.