Exmoor is reportedly one of the earth's oldest features, dating back 200 million years.
This rugged National Park is covered with heather and is home to a range of wildlife, including ponies and the famous-yet-elusive beast of Exmoor.
Tourists have been coming to Exmoor to enjoy its scenery for more than 200 years.
Exmoor's moors are found in the centre of the park. To the north the moorland terminates in towering cliffs above the Bristol Channel.
Rocky headlands, steep wooded ravines, plunging waterfalls and jumbled heaps of fallen rock make this an area of outstanding scenic beauty; it is defined as a Heritage Coast.
The moor itself is named after its main river, the River Exe. The moorland is dissected by combes or steep wooded valleys which have been formed by fast-running streams.