Walking in Exmoor
Lynton & Lynmouth are the walking capital of Exmoor...
...and it’s easy to see why. The coastline is dramatic, sheer and rugged, boasting some of the highest cliffs in England. There are hundreds of paths and trails just waiting to be explored!Walks & Trails Attractions Walking Events
Many of the longest and most beautiful walks in the South West start or end in Lynton or Lynmouth
The Coleridge Way, Two Moors Way, Samaritan's Way South West and The Tarka Trail all converge here on the North Devon coast. The longest and most impressive being South West Coast Path which passes through Lynton & Lynmouth and offers discerning walkers the most spectacular sea views. It's hard to believe that such a rich and varied landscape exists within this secluded section of the South West
Walks for everyone
With miles and miles of footpaths that criss-cross Exmoor’s rolling hills, there is a suitable walk for everyone. Some of the most popular walks are located on the doorstep of Lynton & Lynmouth.
The most popular being Lynton to the Valley of Rocks and Lynmouth to Watersmeet. The Valley of Rocks is a dry valley with some of the most incredible rock formations – it’s like something from another planet. Walking through this staggeringly beautiful valley leads you to Woody Bay, the Heddon Valley, Combe Martin and beyond.