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A handy guidebook for anyone planning to walk the South West Coast Path National Trail. The route runs for a staggering 630 miles from Minehead to Poole along the north Devon, Cornish, south Devon and Dorset coastline. Divided into 45 stages, this remarkable and varied long distance coastal walk could be completed within four weeks.
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The South West Coast Path is Britain’s longest way-marked trail, measuring a staggering 1015km (630 miles). Written by the well-known outdoor writer, Paddy Dillon, this guidebook provides lots of information to help tackle this immense National Trail route with confidence.
It describes the coastal path from Minehead to Poole. The tradition of walking the coastal route anti-clockwise has arisen because in this direction there are more miles with the wind and weather behind you as you walk, than against you.
A full introduction provides the SWCP’s historical background, advice on accommodation along the route and details on travelling to and around the South West.?There is detailed information on how to use this guide to make the most of your walk, whether you choose to walk the whole route in one go or decide to achieve sections at intervals.
To assist forward planning of both day walks and continuous long-distance hikes, the guide divides the coast path into sections, beginning and ending where there are amenities for refreshment or accommodation (or access inland to them).
There is no longer a Youth Hostel in Pendennis Castle in Falmouth. There is a backpackers lodge just behind Gyllyngvase Beach http://www.falmouthbackpackers.co.uk/
|Coastal Walking through History|
|A Protected Coastline|
|Travel to the South West|
|Getting around the South West|
|Time and Tide|
|Food and Drink|
|Tourist Information Centres|
|When to Walk|
|One Man and his Dog|
|Maps of the Route|
|South West Coast Path Team|
|South West Coast Path Association|
|Safety on the Coast Path|
|The South West Coast Path|
|Day 1: Minehead to Porlock Weir|
|Day 2: Porlock Weir to Lynmouth|
|Day 3: Lynmouth to Combe Martin|
|Day 4: Combe Martin to Woolacombe|
|Day 5: Woolacombe to Braunton|
|Day 6: Braunton to Westward Ho!|
|Day 7: Westward Ho! to Clovelly|
|Day 8: Clovelly to Hartland Quay|
|Day 9: Hartland Quay to Bude|
|Day 10: Bude to Boscastle|
|Day 11: Boscastle to Port Isaac|
|Day 12: Port Isaac to Padstow|
|Day 13: Padstow to Porthcothan|
|Day 14: Porthcothan to Newquay|
|Day 15: Newquay to Perranporth|
|Day 16: Perranporth to Portreath|
|Day 17: Portreath to St Ives|
|Day 18: St Ives to Pendeen Watch|
|Day 19: Pendeen Watch to Porthcurno|
|Day 20: Porthcurno to Penzance|
|Day 21: Penzance to Porthleven|
|Day 22: Porthleven to The Lizard|
|Day 23: The Lizard to Porthallow|
|Day 24: Porthallow to Falmouth|
|Day 25: Falmouth to Portloe|
|Day 26: Portloe to Mevagissey|
|Day 27: Mevagissey to Polmear|
|Day 28: Polmear to Polperro|
|Day 29: Polperro to Portwrinkle|
|Day 30: Portwrinkle to Plymouth|
|Day 31: Plymouth to Wembury Beach|
|Day 32: Wembury Beach to Bigbury-on-Sea|
|Day 33: Bigbury-on-Sea to Salcombe|
|Day 34: Salcombe to Stoke Fleming|
|Day 35: Stoke Fleming to Brixham|
|Day 36: Brixham to Shaldon|
|Day 37: Shaldon to Budleigh Salterton|
|Day 38: Budleigh Salterton to Seaton|
|Day 39: Seaton to Seatown|
|Day 40: Seatown to Abbotsbury|
|Day 41: Abbotsbury to Ferrybridge|
|Day 42: Isle of Portland Circuit|
|Day 43: Ferrybridge to Lulworth Cove|
|Day 44: Lulworth Cove to Swanage|
|Day 45: Swanage to South Haven Point|
|South Dorset Ridgeway: West Bexington to Osmington Mills|