Start with a picnic in the meadows before exploring this extensive ancient wood pasture, and greeting the deer, stag and impressive 500-year-old oak tree.
A very tough walk where the habitat is tall, dense bracken on steep slopes where there are no paths, but this is by far the best place to go in pursuit of the rare heath fritillary butterfly.
This walk takes in the rainforest surroundings, one of Britain's rarest butterflies and over 440 species of fungi including the most dangerous of all, the death cap.
A circular walk with no waymarkers and little signage, passing through the steep-sided river valley, which is very steep on both the descent and ascent.
Tackle day two of our challenge. A more difficult stretch but well worth the effort as you discover Heath fritillary butterflies, Dunkery Beacon and Horner Wood.
Follow this walk through Selworthy village to Bossington beach and Selworthy Woods.
Discover Selworthy church, the war memorial and Bury castle as you follow this walk around the local countryside.
Discover an interesting and varied walk that takes in some of the best scenery this part of Exmoor has to offer and the picturesque harbour town of Lynmouth.
Enjoy a stunning walk along heather-lines cliff tops from Countisbury to Arnold's Linhay, Devon.
This interesting walk could put you face to face with some of Devon's most elusive wildlife.
Take a walk from the historic seaside village of Lynmouth via Watersmeet House Tea Garden to Ash Bridge, along the beautiful wooded banks of the East Lyn River.
An interesting walk through a large sessile oak woodland noted for its beauty and along the bottom of a deep Devon combe, with the chance to spot deer and otters along the way.
Treat your self to panoramic views of land and sea, see if you can spot Exmoor's high ridges.
Step out of the National Trust cottage at Countisbury and straight into this exhilarating coastal walk.
Follow the East Lyn River on this easy family-friendly walk through beautiful woodland.
This varied walk takes in the impressive medieval gatehouse and ruined tower as well as the Castle, with panoramic views over the Bristol Channel, surrounding countryside and the moorland of Exmoor.
Wander through ancient woodland on this beautiful walk through the Heddon Valley.
Follow this easy National Trust trail alongside the banks of the River Heddon and explore the area where it meets the sea.
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