South West Coast Path: A Magical Morning

We slept until 7:00 this morning and hated to leave the wonderful Bed and Breakfast we were staying in…but the path called, and we had a long day of climbing, including reaching the highest point on the South West Coast Path, The Great Hangman, at an elevation of 1,043 feet.

As we left Lynton, our first surprise was rounding a bend and wandering through The Valley of the Rocks, a spectacular display of rock formations looming above our heads. The rest of the day unfolded with one breathtaking view after another.

Reg chats with a solo walker and a camping walker at the top of The Great Hangman.
Good night from the Newberry Beach Lodge in Coombs Martin.
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6 thoughts on “South West Coast Path: A Magical Morning

  1. Jackie Bachman

    Love the billy goat! Beautiful scenery!

    Jackie Bachman Board Member, Community Relations OHRA (760) 889-5122 Jackie.bachman53@gmail.com

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  2. Know that part of the world so well and Valley of the Rocks is spectacular. Looks like youre having a wonderful time.

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  3. Nancy Hardwick

    It all looks stunningly beautiful. I am very much enjoying your trip!

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  4. So pleased the goats made an appearance! They seemed to have all disappeared when we were there!

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