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Meadows near Muker

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DEVON

BLACKDOWN HILLS AONB
The Blackdown Hills form a tranquil, beautiful, and relatively isolated landscape on the Devon and Somerset border. Steep ridges, high plateau, valleys and springs create a charming mosaic of countryside dotted with farms, villages and ancient features.

EAST DEVON ANOB
The East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) landscape is characterised by intimate wooded combes, vast areas of heathland, fertile river valleys and breathtaking cliffs or hilltops.

DARTMOOR NATIONAL PARK
The official website for the Dartmoor National Park. Its legacy of prehistoric and more recent remains make Dartmoor of huge interest to archaeologists.

EXMOOR NATIONAL PARK
The official website for the Dartmoor National Park. A unique landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland, shaped by people and nature over thousands of years.

HAPPY HIKER
Provides free simple to follow directions for various walking routes, including GPS downloads and gives basic advice on a variety of walking issues.

NORTH DEVON COAST AONB
The North Devon Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is a stunning coastal area which is nationally protected for the beauty of its landscape. It is at the heart of North Devon's UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and covers 171 km sq of the coastal landscape from Marsland Mouth on the Cornish border to Combe Martin on the boundary of Exmoor National Park.

SOUTH DEVON ANOB
Stretching from Torbay to the outskirts of Plymouth, the AONB coastline is one of many moods and also a Heritage Coast. It ranges from sheltered hidden coves to the jagged pre-Cambrian cliffs of Bolt Head and from the long golden expanses of Slapton Sands to the cool, tree-shaded serenity of the Dart and Kingsbridge estuaries, some of Britain's finest coastline.

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