We carry a number of maps to browse, and to purchase at our farmhouse, and there are numerous local self guided trails on leaflets you can purchase or borrow whilst you are here.
SELWORTHY & SELWORTHY BEACON, BOSSINGTON BEACON & NORTH HILL
One of my favourite places for riding and walking - numerous trails and criss-crossing paths through the woods that the Acland's planted two hundred years agao, and out onto the moors of North Hill and Selworthy Beacon where you will undoubtedly see Exmoor ponies and birds of prey.
DUNKERY BEACON & WEBBER'S POST
Geoff Bannister has put together a number of walks in this beautiful area. Dunkery is the highest point within the Exmoor National Park, and in a good summer is awash with purple heather. Here you will see Exmoor ponies, possible red deer, and buzzards and peregrine falcons flying overhead.
Walk DK1: Webbers Post-Dunkery Beacon (3½, 2¾ miles)
Walk DK2: Webbers Post-Priest Way-Jubilee Hut (3, 2½ miles)
Walk DK3: Cloutsham Watersplash-Horner-East Water bridges (3¾, 2 miles)
Walk DK4: Webbers Post-Horner (2½ miles)
PORLOCK MARSH & HURLSTONE POINT
HORNER WOODS, LEY HILL HAWKCOMBE & PORLOCK HILL
There are some beautiful walks, again described by Geoff Bannister, in this area. We know these areas well as all our rides go over these hills, which can all be seen from our farmhouse. We strongly recommend all of these walks to our visitors.
Walk P1: Bossington-Lynch-Horner (3 miles)
Walk P4: A stroll on Ley Hill (2 miles)
Walk P6: Selworthy-Bossington-Hurlstone point (4½, 3¼ miles)
Walk P7: Ley Hill-Horner Water-Pool Bridge (3 miles)