Early spring ramble with lunch
Come and spend a day out with us in the beautiful South Hams, Devon on Friday 16th March.
'A Blast from the Path' Photo Competition
Come, walk with us down the world’s best ‘memory lane’, this is a photo competition with a difference. We want to see your retro photos from trips to the South West Coast Path in years gone by.
We are lucky enough to have some fabulous trees and woodlands along and near to the route of the Coast Path. If you are trip planning for later in the year, here's a few ideas for woodland walks.
New Director at the Helm
We’ve asked Julian Gray, our Director elect, to tell us more about himself and why he felt drawn to take on this role.
All paths lead to love
This February we play cupid and invite single lovers of the Path to join a special walk and meet new like-minded friends.
Take to the trails in 2018 – tips for first time trail runners from the experts at Cotswold Outdoor
Top tips for first time trail runners
Five top challenging walks on the Coast Path
The start of a New Year is the perfect time to set fresh fitness goals – and what better way to get healthy and challenge yourself at the same time than with a hearty hike along one of the world’s best walking routes?
Coast Path Explorers need your help!
Coast Path Explorers is the Association’s exciting new project aimed at getting more schools, families and young people exploring the Coast Path, and we are looking for volunteers in south Devon to help make this project a success.
Make the South West Coast Path Association your Charity of the Year 2018!
The South West Coast Path Association would love to become your business’s Charity of the Year 2018. We know that many of our business supporters are in planning mode for next year, so if you are considering which local charity you would like to fundraise for, please do think of us!
New to the concept of Charity of the Year? No problem! Read on to find out what it is all about.
For the Fallen
The ‘Ode of Remembrance’ is an extract from For the Fallen. A poem written on the South West Coast Path