Easy to moderate guided walks on Exmoor

The following guided walks are just suggestions of some easier walks that you might like to do. I can guide walks anywhere on Exmoor. Call me to discuss. To see the approximate routes of each walk please go to the Walk Maps page.

On the South West Coast Path

Hunters Inn to Woody Bay and return. 6 miles.
Gorgeous coastal views all the way on this circular three hour walk, which can be done either with the refreshment stop (pub) in the middle or at the end! Includes a Roman archaological sight and a waterfall. Beautiful.

West Exmoor

Wood Barrow, Pinkery Pond and Goat Hill. 4 miles.
A simple stroll as an introduction to the character of Exmoor, some historical features and (perhaps) deer. Short, easy but may be wet underfoot.

Middle of Exmoor

Exford, Prescott and River Exe. 4.5 miles.
An introductory walk, to get a feel for the place. Deep lanes, bridleways, open moorland and fields, possibly some mud!

Exford, Room Hill and Road Hill. 6 miles.
This lovely walk includes a fairly steep climb, a pretty riverside amble, open moorland and very good views. Nice introduction to the area.

Exford, Withypool and Chibbet. 6 - 7 miles.
Combines some steep ascent with both farmland and heathland, and with a pub at both ends and in the middle! Good scenery, but could be wet ground in places.

East Exmoor

Horner, Horner Woods and Webber’s Post. 5 miles.
A delightful walk from the pretty village of Horner, steeply uphill for a while then through ancient oak woodland to a famous viewpoint before decending to the village. Very pretty, but with some puffing on the way.

Guided walks in Exmoor and North Devon with a qualified friendly local guide
Richard guiding a walk for the walking festival