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Westward Ho! to Clovelly
...Clovelly, but if you have had enough walking, Clovelly is a truly beautiful and fascinating place to end the day. A historic fishing village with its links to smuggling and wrecking, it is here that C...
Clovelly to Hartland Quay
Clovelly to Hartland Quay This section of Coast Path leads you through the stunning, contrasting landscapes of the Hartland Peninsula. You emerge from ancient woodland to follow the path through pasto...
Clovelly & Mouth Mill
...Clovelly village, returning to this point (5) to continue the walk. Clovelly Court has been the family seat of the Hamlyns and their descendants since it was built in 1740. In 1789 all but one wing wa...
Clovelly to Tintagel
Clovelly to Tintagel A strenuous stretch of Coast Path taking in the North Devon Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Hartland Peninsula before crossing the county boundary into Cornwall...
Combe Martin to Clovelly
Combe Martin to Clovelly Distance: 64 miles over 5 days. Difficulty: Moderate This route takes in the entire North Devon coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with an UNESCO de...
Bideford to Bude
...Clovelly ( 18 miles) Day 2 - Clovelly to Hartland Quay (10 miles) Day 3 - Hartland Quay to Bude (15 miles)
5-7 Day Breaks
...Clovelly 64 miles in 6 days (Difficulty: Moderate) This route takes in the entire north Devon coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a UNESCO designated Biosphere Reserve at it heart around...
Westward Ho! to Cornborough Cliffs
...Clovelly and Hartland Point. A good walk in spring, when the sea breezes whip the waves into white horses, seabirds nest among clumps of pink thrift on cliff ledges and stonechats call from bushes lad...
3-5 Day Breaks
...Clovelly to Tintagel 47 miles in 4 days (Difficulty: Challenging) A strenuous stretch of Coast Path taking in the North Devon Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Hartland Peninsula before cross...
Tintagel King Arthur Walk
...Clovelly - see the Clovelly & Mouth Mill Walk).  Victorian poet Alfred Lord Tennyson's 'Idyll of the Kings', published between 1859 and 1885, told the Arthur legend in twelve narra...
Off the Path: Learning resources
...Clovelly, Devon – Tintagel, Cornwall (including Hartland and Bude) Wildwest Coast: Mounts Bay, Cornwall – St. Ives, Cornwall (including Lands End, Porthcurno and Geevor Tinmine) A few from our partner...
Day by day guide
...Clovelly 11 miles Clovelly to Hartland Quay 10 miles Hartland Quay to Bude 15 miles Bude to Crackington Haven  10 miles Crackington Haven to Tintagel 11 miles Tintagel to Port Isaac 9 miles Port Isaac...
Windbury Head
...Clovelly Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The range of habitats in cliffs, clifftops and valleys provides homes for a rich variety of species. The grassland, heath and scrub in the open are...
Hartland Point
...Clovelly lifeboat. Follow the Coast Path along the top of Blagdon Cliff, climbing steadily to a viewpoint over the valley known as 'Smoothlands'. Smoothlands valley is a prime example of a &...
Culbone Wood and Six Combes
...Clovelly. The woods here are rich in wildlife and home to the rare Sorbus vexans, a whitebeam found only in these parts. From the layby take the lane down towards Yenworthy Lodge and pick up the brid...
Glenthorne
...Clovelly. The streams tumbling down through the combes often leap some distance down the hillside in bubbling, frothing waterfalls, and there is one towards the bottom of Wingate Combe. Further along...
Tregurrian & Trevarrian
...Clovelly, usually dating from between the second and first centuries BC. Also known as promontory forts, cliff castles were fortified enclosures built on headlands, using the natural defences of the v...
Marsland Valley Nature Reserve
...Clovelly Coast Site of Special Scientific Interest. Nature lover Christopher Cadbury left his employment in the family's famous chocolate business to pursue his passion for wildlife conservation, ...
Shipload Bay
...Clovelly was a notorious smugglers' haunt, and there are many caves between there and Shipload Bay that were once used for storing the contraband. The smugglers kept people away by spreading rumou...
Westward Ho! Kingsley & Kipling Walk
...Clovelly, where his father was Rector. The author of the famous 'Water Babies' wrote his 1855 novel 'Westward Ho!' while he was staying at the Royal Hotel in Bideford. It tells the sto...