Exmoor and the Quantocks are two areas of outstanding walks. index

1.Exmoor and the Quantocks are two areas of outstanding walks.

Many quiet villages, well signed paths, red deer, moorland, countryside, wooded valleys, streams.

A wonderful place to go walking.

Maps of each walk. GPX tracks to download and many photos that show the character of the area.

 
 
Index to walks on map -click an icon for details and a link

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Porlock, Hurlstone Point, Selworthy Beacon, Selworthy, Allerford, Piles Mill, Horner, Coleridge Way, 12 miles 20 km,  Exmoor

Porlock, Lucott, Dady Combe, Stoke Pero, Horner Wood, Ley Hill, West Porlock, 12 miles, 20 km , Exmoor

Dry Bridge, Shilstone, East Lyn, Rockford, Cosgate Hill, Oare, Doone Valley

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Dunster Withycombe Common

Exmoor Prayway Head Exe Head Wood barrow Shallowford Furzehill Hoar Oak Two Moors Way

Exmoor simonsbath 7th July 2004

Exmoor walk 25-4-04

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Raleghs Cross Clatworthy Reservoir Brendon Hills

Sampford Peverell Uplowman Halberton Canal

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Uffculme Culmstock Hackpen Hill Craddock

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Walking on Exmoor and the Quantocks : dunster dunkery beacon

Walking on Exmoor and the Quantocks : porlock weir minehead

Walking on Exmoor and the Quantocks : quantocks train

Walking on Exmoor and the Quantocks : webbers post dunkery beacon

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Haddon Hill ⇨  Bury ⇨  Wimbleball Lake 11 miles 2018:06:13

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