Access All Areas: accessible Exmoor

Access All Areas: accessible Exmoor

As part of our Access All Areas series on accessible tourism, Disability Horizons co-founder Martyn Sibley visits the stunning Exmoor National Park.

Exmoor National Park is beautiful. Filled with rolling hills and varied wildlife, the views can be breathtaking. But, how accessible is it if you have a disability?

From the hub of Exmoor, the National Park Centre, a great place to head for all the advice and tips you need, to walks, boat trips and horse riding, Martyn explores what accessible options there are for those in wheelchairs, with hearing and sight issues and learning difficulties.

Watch our video to find out how you could make the most of the Exmoor National Park.

By Disability Horizons

Check out…

New Forest National Park accessible adventure story
Top 10 tips for a hassle-free accessible holiday
Accessible walks: take a walk on the wheeled side

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