OS Explorer is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking, horse riding and off-road cycling. The OS Explorer range of OL maps now includes a digital version of the paper map, accessed through the OS smartphone app, OS Maps. Providing complete GB coverage the series details essential information such as youth hostels, pubs and visitor information as well as rights of way, permissive paths and bridleways.
Look up on a moonless cloud-free night from Exmoor National Park and you'll be greeted by a dazzling starlit landscape. Thousands of more stars can be seen from this tiny dark sky enclave in Southwest Britain than from most towns and cities around the world. It is a stargazing paradise - a window into a Universe of distant fragile light that can only be seen because of Exmoor's zero tolerance towards light pollution.
This ever popular walking guide now appears in a new and fully revised edition, updated by staff and volunteers of Exmoor National Park Authority. The fact that this is the 8th edition shows how popular this book has become. Exmoor is the "friendly" moor, and although there are spectacular views to be obtained from the beaten track, the moor's most attractive moods are saved for those who venture a little way from the roads.
Discover Exmoor and the Quantocks with this Outstanding Circular Walks guide book. Pathfinder have teamed up with Ordnance Survey to bring you 28 beautiful walks with OS map extracts and vital information such as GPS waypoints, suitable parking, good pubs and places of interest.Ideal for planning a weekend walk with the family, this handy walking guide from Pathfinder lets you explore with extended strolls and exhilarating hikes for young and old with Ordnance Survey.
'Finding out about Exmoor ponies and the people involved in their world at various times in the past has been like panning for gold - I've had to examine a lot of material, sometimes without result, but when a small nugget of the ponies' story first sparkles, that is so exciting.' Sue Baker has spent many years searching through long-forgotten documents and photographs and listening to the stories passed down through Exmoor families.