So far this walkdown I’ve found myself improving on walks I did in Lockdown 1 or combining a couple of those walks together. Anything really to have some variety to things. It still makes me laugh (or is it groan) when people ask what you are doing at the weekend. The answer, well not much different to any other day, staying in and watching the telly, same as everyone else. This weekend I did manage two good walks, one with the boys and this one. The weather was pretty decent, it looked as though I may have a great day, with perfect weather, but a thin layer of cloud sat all day across the sun providing a watery haze to some of the photos which was nice. The walk through Hollacombe Woods and then Wembury Wood is a great path. The point at which the path reaches Cofflete Creek is probably the highlight of the walk, although the coastal path section from Warren Point is also excellent. I did this walk last April (here) and as mentioned just tweaked the walk back home slightly to take in Langdon Court as well to provide a different ending. I have one more good walk route planned for my next outing and then I’m not sure, possibly a short drive to open up a bit more of South Hams possibly, we’ll see.
Start – Home
Route – Staddiscombe village – Hollacombe – Hollacombe Woods – Wembury Wood – Hele Armshouses – Clitters Wood – Warren Point – South west Coastal Path – Wembury Beach – Wembury – Langdon Court – Staddiscombe village
Distance – 10 miles Start time – 9.30am Time taken – 5hrs 20mins Highest Point – Hollacombe 116 metres