On the last day of our stunning week in Exmoor National Park we headed out for a walk to Dunkery Beacon. Dunkery Beacon is the highest point in Exmoor and in Somerset and so offered amazing panoramic views of the surrounding moorland and coastline.
But before we reached it we had a long walk up through the open and beautiful landscape, the route we took was a little off the beaten track, so we didn't see any other people until we reached the top!
Just a casual photo shoot when we reached the beacon...
And then on our walk back down we were lucky enough to spot some Exmoor ponies (if you haven't seen my post full of pictures of the ponies make sure to check it out here) and some gorgeous highland cattle. Credit goes to my dad for these shots as my camera ran out of battery at the top of the hill!
It was an absolutely stunning walk to do to end off an amazing week exploring Exmoor National Park as a family. There are still so many places I'd love to visit in the area so we will hopefully have to make a trip back down here very soon!
(And if you haven't read my other posts on my week down in Exmoor make sure to check them out here)
Thanks for reading!