Exmoor's nearest main-line train stations are around an hour's bus ride away at Taunton and Tiverton.
National Express (www.nationalexpress.com) runs coaches to Taunton, Tiverton, Minehead and Barnstaple, on the park's fringes.
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Exmoor isn't that easy to get around without your own vehicle. But with some planning and patience it is possible to travel between many of the moor's main towns and villages by bus.
The website of the Exmoor National Park Authority (ENPA; www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk) lists some of the moor's key bus services (under Enjoying/Travel). Be aware: some are seasonal, and the more remote services are particularly prone to change.
Bus 28 Shuttles from Taunton to the resort of Minehead (£10, 1¼ hours, at least hourly).
Bus 300 A vintage bus which runs between Minehead and Lynmouth (£10, 55 minutes), via Porlock (£6, 15 minutes). The service is limited to two buses daily between Monday and Friday, from mid-July to early September only.
Bus 309/310 Runs from Barnstaple via Parracombe to Lynton or Lynmouth (£3.60, one hour, hourly Monday to Saturday).
Bus 198 Runs between Minehead and Dulverton (£4, one hour, two to three daily Monday to Saturday), via Dunster (£2) and Wheddon Cross (£2.70).