This image of Hollerday Hill on the Exmoor National Park was taken just as the sun was going down. Was a beautiful evening and we feel that this image has captured it perfectly.
Hollerday Hill dominates the western side of Lynton and Lynmouth rising to 800 feet (243m) above sea level. You can enjoy spectacular views across the Bristol Channel and Exmoor whilst exploring the Hill on its many footpaths.
Hollerday Hill has been a site of human settlement for almost 2000 years. Just below the top of the Hill you can see the remains of what Is believed to be an Iron Age hill fort. The effect that humans have had on the landscape can be seen all over Exmoor.
Hollerday Hill lies within Exmoor National Park, the Exmoor Heritage Coast and part of a Site of Special Scientific.
The image below of the Valley of Rock was taken a few minutes before the one at Hollerday Hill.
For an image taken in July 2006 of the Valley of Rocks click here.