National Park in South West England
Exmoor is a national park located on the coast of the Bristol Channel in the south-west of England. The park is located in two counties, Somerset and Devon. Here you will find unspoilt wild English countryside, bare hills covered with heathland and lowlands with grazing sheep on pastures. The area is also home to the historic wild horse breed – Exmoorke's pony. The park is interwoven with trekking paths and narrow road for cars, their width is very variable.
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