EXMOOR NATIONAL PARK

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EXMOOR NATIONAL PARK

The Exmoor National Park is on Woodcombe Lodges boundary but did you know?

Exmoor has the longest wooded coastline in Britain

Exmoor is home to England’s tallest tree. a Douglas fir near Dunster

Exmoor has the highest sea cliffs on the British Mainland

Exmoor has plants that grow nowhere else in the world, including two species of whitebeam tree.

Britain’s longest footpath, the South West Coastal Path begins on the Exmoor coast

Beech trees grow at greater altitudes on Exmoor than anywhere else in Britain.

Exmoor was the first Dark Sky Reserve in Europe and only the second in the world. in recognition of it’s exceptional starry skies and commitment to protect them.

71% of the Exmoor National Park lies within Somerset and 29% within North Devon.

The highest point on Exmoor is Dunkery Beacon at 519 metres above sea level

Porlock Wier

Badgeworthy Water , the Lorna Doone Valley View of Woodcombe Lodges Gardens

North Devon Coast from above Woody Bay

2020-02-26T14:01:24+00:00 February 26th, 2020|General News|