Walking the South West Coast Path in Devon and Dorset and Cornwall Coast Path Cremyl to Portwrinkle

Coast Path Cremyl to Portwrinkle

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sign1.jpg  paths in this section are mostly well signed.

The Creyml ferry provides a crossing from Plymouth, where there is a free car park

paths in this section are mostly well signed.


img-3781.jpg  This is mostly level, except for a long and steep flight of steps up and down
 round a landslip on the edge of Mount Edgecombe Park.
Inland paths provide good circular routes on this section, either over Maker Heights,
 or following the coast round by Empa

There is a good coast path from Cremyl, round Rame Head to Captain Blake's Point, but beyond this it follows the narrow road - with excellent views

This is mostly level, except for a long and steep flight of steps up and down round a landslip on the edge of Mount Edgecombe Park. Inland paths provide good circular routes on this section, either over Maker Heights, or following the coast round by Empa


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From the path above Cawsand Bay


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From the path above Cawsand Bay


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Kingsand from Cawsand


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Kingsand from Cawsand


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From Penlee Point looking towards Rame Head


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From Penlee Point looking towards Rame Head


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------------------------------------------------------------Downderry through the haze --------------------------------------------------------------->>>>>Portwrinkle


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------------------------------------------------------------Downderry through the haze --------------------------------------------------------------->>>>>Portwrinkle