Ordnance Survey ‐ Explorer OL9

These maps show public rights of way such as footpaths, bridleways and trails, boundaries, landscape features and places of interest.

Scale 1:25 000

The scale of a map is the ratio of the distance on the map to the corresponding distance on the ground. For example on 1:25 000 Scale (Explorer range) every 1 cm on the map is equal to 250 m on the ground.

Map of Exmoor

Barnstaple, Lynton, Minehead & Dulverton

Exmoor

£7.99


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Map sheet number OL9 in the Explorer map series is the perfect walking companion for those wishing to experience the beauty of Exmoor. Exmoor national park has 1000 km of footpaths and bridleways, meandering through woodlands, by rivers and on open heather covered moorland. Walkers, cyclists and runners alike will love the variety of terrain and scenery.

The OS Explorer map for Exmoor is available in both the standard paper version and weatherproof 'Active' version.

Explore 267 stunning square miles of National Park with the OS Explorer OL9 map of Exmoor. Covering a mosaic of fertile farmland, heather-clad moors, and densely populated woodland, this map is perfect for walkers, cyclists, riders, climbers and more besides. With every detail carefully pinpointed, from houses and hills, to rivers and rights of way, the OS Explorer OL9 map of Exmoor is an essential item on your knapsack packing list.

Easy to follow, whether you’re an occasional ambler or a seasoned hiker, you’ll have no trouble marking and navigating your route. Tramp the Tarka Trail or the South West Coastal Path, and explore an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s easy to see why this part of the country has been revered by romantic poets throughout the ages.

Make your way to the summit of Dunkery Beacon to take in some breathtaking panoramas from the highest point on Exmoor. And don’t miss the chance to see the night sky at its twinkling best, at Europe’s first Dark Skies Discovery Site. Watersports enthusiasts can enjoy activities ranging from fishing to windsurfing at Wimbleball Lake. And keen historians can visit Culbone Church, which claims to be the smallest in England. It’s also the setting that inspired Coleridge to pen Kubla Khan.

Whether you’ve a passion for camping, cycling or cream teas, add the OS Explorer OL9 map of Exmoor to your basket today, and see a little more than you expected.

ISBN
Standard version: 9780319240083
Weatherproof Active version: 9780319467015
Edition
Standard version: B2
Weatherproof Active version: B2
Publication Date
12/05/2008
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