Home to some of the most spectacular shoots in the country, Exmoor's drastically sharp landscape and open moorland is the perfect recipe for some very good sport. Whether it is at partridge, pheasant or clays you are aiming at, you are guaranteed an unforgettable day.
Walking and Hiking
With over 600 miles of rights of way, you are spoilt for choice; coastal paths, walks across wild open moorland, strolls along hidden valley bottoms, alongside burbling streams and rushing rivers, or imagine yourself walking back in history by exploring the country of Lorna Doone.
Bossington to Selworthy - round trip
Porlock Weir to Culbone Church - round trip
Not many people expect to find a surf break on Exmoor but when the tides are right, there are some hidden gems to be ridden, including the beach just on our doorstep.
A combination of beautiful scenery and clean fresh air makes fishing the rivers and streams on Exmoor an unchallengeable delight. Excellent sea fishing is also available for free (except for lost tackle!) along much of the coast with catches of bass, cod, whiting, conger and skate all reported. Joining an escorted boat fishing trip can be a more reliable way to catch sea fish and there are many trips to choose from at very reasonable prices.
Hunting on Exmoor has been taking place for hundreds of years, and is an integral part of its way of life. An incredible way to experience the dramatically beautiful countryside, whilst being spoilt for choice of who to follow, as there are three working Staghound packs, and six working Foxhound packs.
Hunting – Minehead harriers Hunt Club
A ride on Exmoor may travel over the spectacular heather clad moorland, through ancient oak woodlands, along tumbling river valleys or through some of Exmoor's unique farmland. You will get closer to nature and are more likely to see the Exmoor's wildlife when riding on a horse, such as the red deer, and Exmoor ponies. If you’re really lucky you might even catch a glimpse of the Exmoor beast!