Exmoor provides a weath of opportunity to explore the area, and work off the cream tea at the same time!
The below provides a brief glimpse of what is available. For more details, click on the atrractions map, and filter on activities to get a complete list of expereinces and providers.
Two legs or four - the choice is yours!
These are probably the two most traditional ways of exploring the beautiful Exmoor countryside.
Exmoor boasts many miles of pathways, from the gentle to the more challenging, but all with stunning views.
The huge number of bridleways make Exmoor perfect for horse lovers.
First-timers and experienced riders will find lots of choice. For trekking newbies, there are a number of stables offering short treks with an experienced guide that are suitable for adults and children, and for the more experienced trekking off the beaten track in smaller groups is an exhilerating way to pass the time.
Maybe mountain biking is more your style?
Bring your own bike or hire one locally, but come prepared for our hills and valleys if you go off road.
If you prefer the more mechanical variety of horsepower for your exploring, Exmoor provides a variety of driving through the villages and across the moor.
Prefer to go off road? Then take one of the many proffessionally-led jeep safaris. These range from the more basic to the more luxurious vehicle depending on your taste, and the guides can help you get closer to the ponies - or maybe even the red deer if you are lucky!
You can even take a night time safari, and see the spectactular view of the stars from the UK's first Dark Sky area.
Why not take to the water?
For young and old there are opportunities to try out a new skill, or enjoy an existing one. Exmoor offers sailing, canooing and sea kayaking.
Alternatively, the paddle steamer from Minehead provides a more leisurely trip on the water, with food and refreshments during your trip.