Room Hill, Exmoor

Room Hill, Exmoor - Exmoor
The fresh over night snow covers the vast landscape whilst the golden light falls upon Dunkery Beacon at Room Hill, Exmoor.
Dunkery Beacon at the summit of Dunkery Hill is the highest point on Exmoor and in Somerset, England. It is also the highest point in southern England outside of Dartmoor. The sandstone hill rises to 1,705 feet (520 m) and provides views over the surrounding moorland, the Bristol Channel and hills up to 86 miles (138 km) away. The site has been visited by humans since the Bronze Age, and contains several burial mounds in the form of cairns and bowl barrows. Sweetworthy on the lower slopes is the site of two Iron Age hill forts or enclosures and a deserted medieval settlement.
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Panorama of Room Hill, Exmoor

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