Whichever corner you turn in the Heddon Valley, whatever time of day and however the sunlight falls, the trees and hue are just beautiful.
A short walk to break in a new pair of boots. Watersmeet, up to the Blue Ball Inn circling South Hill and back over Trilley Ridge.
This historic, wildlife-rich and the panoramic circular walk takes you through the lives of the Bronze Age to evidence of the 1952 floods.
A circular walk through Barton Wood near Lynton & Lynmouth in Exmoor for a fun fungi foray amongst the beech nuts.
A 4-mile walk from Watersmeet, up to Trilley Ridge, out to the Foreland & then back down to Watersmeet via the Blue Ball Inn & Chiselcombe.
To the west of Lynton & Lynmouth lies the beautifully rugged Morte Point and Bull Point Peninsula.
A 4-1/2-mile walk from Watersmeet, via Hilsford Bridge, through Combe Park to Beggars Roost, then back via East Lyn farm to Watersmeet.
We love wandering around Selworthy; its beautiful woodlands, exceedingly charming village and white-washed church, and of course Selworthy Beacon.
Exmoor brings out its best colours in Autumn; a medley of golden browns, warm oranges, rusty reds and mossy green.
Fish & Chips on the harbour front in Lynmouth.