If you’re considering a visit be aware that visitor attractions, wildlife reserves and other sites, car parks, public toilets and other facilities may be closed at present, so make sure you read our advice for visitors and check the details of your destination online before you set off. Please respect other people and protect the natural environment.
Remember your actions can affect people’s lives and livelihoods. Take the time to read signage. Respect the measures that local authorities and site management have put in place to help ensure social distancing.
Get the best from your visit to the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Walks & rides
From pastures to woodland, viewpoints to valleys – try our walking, cycling and horse-riding routes.
Help create a better future for the Culm
Live or work near the River Culm? Get involved with our Connecting the Culm project and help make the River a better place for wildlife and people.
Roman ironworking site at Dunkeswell Abbey
An archaeological investigation on land near Dunkeswell Abbey has revealed burnt material dating back to the late Roman period.
A day in the life of an amateur crayfish surveyor
Bruce Payne shares the delights of volunteer crayfish surveying
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