really bloody good rides on exmoor?

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  • Can someone suggest a really bloody good ride on exmoor for tomorrow please? 30-35 miles, pref as close to Bristol as possible.
    Singletrack, woods, rivers, views etc… Map or GPS navigation possible, so gpx file. Would be cool.

    Ta!

    crotchrocket
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    i have a gps file somewhere – email in profile.

    edit: soz – it’s dartmoor, not exmoor

    on the other hand I have the route for the Heaven of the south – 50km or 75km of cotswold loving 😀

    crispy bacon
    Member

    There is an Exmoor/Porlock loop in the recent Summer 2013 addition of *cough/spit* MBR *cough/spit* that might be what you’re looking for.

    cheers guys, found a gpx for a loop from winsford – 31 miles, plenty of climbing i think

    downloaded, uploaded to GPS and OS map of area bought…

    cheez0
    Member

    As close to Bristol as possible?

    You need the Quantocks sonshine.

    bartimaeus
    Member

    I’m interested in ‘moderate’ and ‘easy’ rides in the North West of Exmoor. We are on holiday in Trentishoe in a couple of weeks (so not far from Ilfracombe) and as I’ll have my 11 year old riding with me we had better avoid anything too hard.

    Premier Icon oldfart
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    Start in Minehead ride out to Dunster . Climb up onto Wooton Common via Grabbist Hill . Stay riding along ridge then fun descent to Wooton Courtney . Head for Brockwell then up onto Dunkery Beacon for the views on the highest point on Exmoor . Then another fun descent to Webbers Post make your way to Stoke Pero for a hoot of a descent to Horner Water follow stream to village . Carry on to Allerford head to Selworthy avoiding A39 ! Tough old climb to Selworthy Beacon then the funnest descent down North Hill into Minehead. About 20 odd miles but it will feel like a proper day out !

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