To vote for your favourite photo(s), please go to our Facebook page.

The top ten photos with the most votes will go through to the final. In October a panel of judges will choose their top 13 amongst all the finalists to feature in our very first Exmoor4all calendar.

69 Entries in the Exmoor4all Photo Competition in June To vote for your favourite photo(s), please go to our Facebook page. The top ten photos with the most votes will go through to the final.
Photo by Rachael White - Winner of our May competition

Photo by Rachael White – Winner of our May competition

11 Winners of the Exmoor4al Photo Competition in May

Letter from Exmoor: Blown away on a Coastal Safari

Letter from Exmoor: Blown away on a Coastal Safari

Originally posted by Experience Exmoor on 15/07/2014 and by Ester Spears on 12/07/2014

We love the summer months as we get so many daylight hours to go out and explore Exmoor.

One of the safaris we go on in the evenings when the weather allows it, is the Coastal Safari Special. Visitors who book this experience are usually blown away by it. Metaphorically, just to reassure you ;-).

Of course a…

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Letter from Exmoor: Green and Pleasant Land Meets the Sea

Letter from Exmoor: Green and Pleasant Land Meets the Sea

By Keith Hunt. Originally posted on Keith Hunt’s blog on 7 July 2014

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On Sunday, the weather was perfect for a walk to Lynmouth and back again. With just two weeks until I take part in the Race to the Stones 100k this was my last chance to go for a long walk in preparation for it.

Once I had taken James to Bishops Lydeard for his day helping on the West Somerset Railway for their Thomas the Tank…

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Horner Woods

101 Rob Hatton Ford near Webbers Post

102 Rob Hatton Horner River

Photos by Rob Hatton, taken this weekend.

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The Night Tree

We’re delighted that Exmoor Club members now enjoy a 10% discount at hotel accommodation as well as in the restaurant at Kentisbury Grange.

A luxury boutique hotel near Barnstaple and close to the stunning beaches of North Devon, The Kentisbury Grange Hotel offers a stylish retreat on the edge of Exmoor National Park. The hotel’s Coach House Restaurant specialises in fine dining and the hotel is also the perfect venue for weddings, parties, gourmet breaks and small conferences.

Great savings at Kentisbury Grange We’re delighted that Exmoor Club members now enjoy a 10% discount at hotel accommodation as well as in the restaurant at Kentisbury Grange.
75 Entries in the Exmoor4all Photo Competition in May
Summertime

Exmoor’s aflutter – 3 Orange Butterflies Wanted!

Exmoor’s aflutter – 3 Orange Butterflies Wanted!

CommaExmoor Wild Watch 2014 needs your help to learn more about 3 special orange and brown butterflies, so pick up a FREE photo guide to help you identify them, from the 3 National Park Centres or on the Exmoor Wild Watch website. ( www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/wild-watch )

Exmoor National Park is home to several of Britain’s rarest butterflies – but when it comes to monitoring, it is not only the…

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