Although you may have to dress for wet blustery weather rather than for a scorching hot day, there are still plenty of exciting events going on in Exmoor National Park in June.
Have you ever seen the eerie greenish light of the glow worm? Go in search of these magical creatures on a night walk at Wimble Ball Lake with an Exmoor National Park expert on 13th June 10:00pm-midnight.
Heddon Valley is home to some of the rarest butterflies in the country, including the High Brown Fritillary. If you want to know more, join a High Brown Fritillary walk to help you discover some of the best spots to see these beautiful butterflies and learn more about how we care for the special landscape in which they thrive. This specially designed trail for adults is available to pick up from the National Trust shop. From 10th Jun 2017 10:30am – 30th Jun 3:30pm.
If you fancy a rustic camping adventure in an amazing location with a communal campfire, storytelling and a nightwalk join the Horner Family Campout with the National Trust 9th – 11th June. It’s ideal for families and first time campers!
Join a gentle, friendly, river valley walk along the fabulous East Lyn Valley with a National Park Heritage Walk Leader, 15th Jun 12:00am-4:00am. This walk is designed as an relaxed, fun introduction to the wild flowers, plants and wildlife in the Watersmeet Valley. There will be a planned stop at the National Trust Café at Watersmeet, where you can buy refreshments or eat a picnic. booking is not essential, but is advised to guarantee your place as numbers are limited
All aboard a Lynmouth Boat Trip if you want to look for rare nesting sea birds along Exmoor’s dramatic coastline west of Lynmouth, 20th June 3:00pm-4:15pm. There will be commentary from an Exmoor National Park Ranger.