9.A circular walk along the south west coast path starting at East Prawle, to Lannacombe beach and back to the Pig's Nose.

A circular walk along the south west coast path starting at East Prawle, to Lannacombe beach and back to the Pig's Nose. 8.2 miles and 1880 feet of ascent.

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Follow the route on the map out of the village. The lane turns into a green lane.
Follow the route on the map out of the village. The lane turns into a green lane.

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Heading down from Woodcombe towards the coast. When you reach the coast path turn left for Lannacombe
Heading down from Woodcombe towards the coast. When you reach the coast path turn left for Lannacombe

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The view from the detour round Ivy Cove Cottages.
The view from the detour round Ivy Cove Cottages.

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Video from the viewpoint
Video from the viewpoint

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Looking east towards Start Point
Looking east towards Start Point

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Yellow honeysuckle beside the path.
Yellow honeysuckle beside the path.

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Foxgloves cover the steep slopes above Lannacombe
Foxgloves cover the steep slopes above Lannacombe

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Lannacombe Beach at low tide
Lannacombe Beach at low tide

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Lannacombe beach
Lannacombe beach

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Lannacombe beach
Lannacombe beach

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Panorama of Lannacombe beach
Panorama of Lannacombe beach

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Lannacombe beach panorama. We now head back west along the coast path
Lannacombe beach panorama. We now head back west along the coast path

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Foxgloves beside the path
Foxgloves beside the path

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This stretch of the path is quite stony
This stretch of the path is quite stony

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Wild carrot
Wild carrot

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The beach below Maelcombe House has many rock pools to explore at low tide
The beach below Maelcombe House has many rock pools to explore at low tide

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Rock pools on Maelcombe beach
Rock pools on Maelcombe beach

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Rock pools on Maelcombe beach
Rock pools on Maelcombe beach

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Rock pools on Maelcombe beach
Rock pools on Maelcombe beach

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Rock pools on Maelcombe beach
Rock pools on Maelcombe beach

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Rock pools on Maelcombe beach - this one has a shoal of fish!
Rock pools on Maelcombe beach - this one has a shoal of fish!

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Looking back from Sharpers Head towards Start Point
Looking back from Sharpers Head towards Start Point

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A stone chat?
A stone chat?

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Thrift and wild Geranium
Thrift and wild Geranium

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Is that the horse's head? Prawle Point
Is that the horse's head? Prawle Point

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Thrift, Sea Pink, on the edge of the beach.
Thrift, Sea Pink, on the edge of the beach.

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Thrift and lichen cover an old wall
Thrift and lichen cover an old wall

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Jewel like irridescent green beetles
Jewel like irridescent green beetles

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Looking back at the path up past Prawle Point Cottages
Looking back at the path up past Prawle Point Cottages

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Views now open out towards Bolt Head to the west
Views now open out towards Bolt Head to the west

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Macely Cove is a popular spot with a sandy beach, but a steep path down.
Macely Cove is a popular spot with a sandy beach, but a steep path down.

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Beetles collecting pollen on a wild rose flower
Beetles collecting pollen on a wild rose flower

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The path towards Elender Cove, below Signal House point to the right and Gammon Head to the left
The path towards Elender Cove, below Signal House point to the right and Gammon Head to the left

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The path below Signalhouse Point gets a bit rougher
The path below Signalhouse Point gets a bit rougher

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Thrift beside the path above Maceley Cove
Thrift beside the path above Maceley Cove

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Views of Bolt Head from Gammon Head
Views of Bolt Head from Gammon Head

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At the Pig's Nose we turn right up the valley from Hamstone Cove
At the Pig's Nose we turn right up the valley from Hamstone Cove

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Path up the valley above Hamstone
Path up the valley above Hamstone

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At the top of the valley turn South and then follow the green lane East back to East Prawle
At the top of the valley turn South and then follow the green lane East back to East Prawle

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