What will your chal­lenge be?

Country Walking Magazine (UK) - - News Special -

HERE ARE THREE more stretches of Coast Path you could try in Oc­to­ber, cour­tesy of Na­tional Trail Of­fi­cer Mark Owen, who knows the trail back­wards…

BEST 1- MILE STRETCH Morthoe to Morte Point

“An in­spir­ing walk through an area of rare coastal heath­land, the per­fect feed­ing and breed­ing ground for many moths and but­ter­flies. There are views out to Lundy Is­land, while lucky wildlife spot­ters may ex­pe­ri­ence seals and even dol­phins. It’s a par­tic­u­larly good sec­tion for dog walk­ers, but re­mem­ber to keep them on leads close to cliff edges and in fields with live­stock.”

BEST 7- MILE STRETCH Dur­dle Door and White Nothe

“A walk to take your breath away in ev­ery sense! Dur­dle Door is spec­tac­u­lar, but take the ef­fort to con­tinue along the coast when the crowds melt away and the views get even bet­ter. www.south west­coast­path.org.uk/dur­dle­door

BEST 100- MILE STRETCH St Ives to Fal­mouth

“This stretch takes in the most southerly and west­erly points of the Eng­land coast, through the stun­ning scenery of the rugged far west of Corn­wall and the Cor­nish Min­ing World Her­itage Site. www.south­west­coast­path.org.uk/ wild­west­coast

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