Longer guided walks on Exmoor

The following guided walks are just suggestions of some longer walks that you might like to do. Exmoor can be quite challenging so some of these will be testing. 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.

West Exmoor

Pinkery and Hoar Oak circle. 10 miles.
Quite a remote walk, crossing the more exposed parts of Exmoor’s ‘Chains’; rugged terrain, historical interest, wide open spaces, and possibly wild red deer.

Middle Exmoor

Exford, Alderman’s Barrow, Warren Farm, Simonsbath and Withypool. 16 miles plus.
If you want to really stretch your legs over varied terrain and surfaces, this one has the isolation of grass moorland in the morning and the beauty of the Barle valley and more on the return half of the route. You need to start this one feeling good.

Exford, Alderman’s Barrow, Larkbarrow and Tom’s Hill. 11 miles.
This walk features the remoter moorland of central northern Exmoor, with use of rights of way and minor roads to make the conections. Begins with quite a bit of uphill to climb from Exford to the moor top, but there are other ways to approach it, so talk to me: with careful planning we can cut out the least favourite bits and add more to suit ourselves.

East Exmoor

Culbone, Oareford, Tom’s Hill, Larkbarrow and Three Combes Foot. 9 miles.
This walk in more remote areas of Exmoor involves some 1100 feet of ascent and may be wet underfoot, but rewards the walker with its isolation, historical interest, and often wildlife.

Guided walks in Exmoor and North Devon with a qualified friendly local guide
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