the scenery in this segment of the path is truly awesome, and the path is generally well-maintained, though rock falls and subsidence do take their toll and require occasional (well-signposted) diversions. Hartland Quay to Welcombe mouth is generally easy, with gentle undulations and good underfoot. You will need sturdy footwear, and to carry water. After Welcombe, going South, the path... 更多
A wonderful week in varied terrain with beautiful views, isolated walks with wildlife for company to high peaks and beautiful valleys. This interspersed with pleasant seaside towns and some beautiful forests, rivers, beaches. An absolute joy, although the last leg is long, flat and less varied. I recommend to anyone and hope to return and pick up where we left... 更多
I hiked the Hangman Peaks in Combe Martin - Great Hangman is the tallest cliff in the UK - and it was an awesome time. The hike itself is refreshing, the views over the cliffs towards Wales were amazing, and parts of the path are through grazing pasture land, so walking around with all the sheep was really cool.
This is a 4.5m walk from the village centre of Bucks Mills along the coastal path to Clovelly, coming finally along Hobby drive into the area near the visitor centre before descending to the harbour. The walk is through woodland, past a game bird area (great for photos), across wheat field's and there is even a rope swing in the... 更多
We walked 5 miles on the coast path between East Portlemouth and Gara Rock and then the inland walk back from Gara Rock to East Portlemouth. The scenery is breathtaking and the cafe at Gara Rock a very lovely place to rest and take in the views over a drink before the walk back.
I walked the two mile stretch of the trail from Bideford to Appledore, which took about an hour and a quarter. Although a good walk the path is quite narrow in stretches because of overgrowth of the shrubs - and weeds. there is one small stretch with nettles, where you need to be careful. The wooden signs are broken in... 更多