Another walk along this eastern stretch of the South West Coastal Path towards Portland, as I push further east towards Chesil Beach. We’d had a few days of decent sunshine so I decided on a walk that deserved a day befitting of the weather. The highest point on the entire south coast of England should suffice, with great views, green fields and easy to follow paths. There are many paths in this area, criss-crossing around Golden Cap and Stonebarrow Hill so it is easy to change this walk if you want to, or lengthen it further inland perhaps towards Hardown Hill. Myself I could have walked further along the coast but I’d have had to reach West Bay to link up with a walk a did a while ago now and that wasn’t possible even with an early start. I’m starting to understand that these walks now need an early start and less distance to allow for the shorter days at this time of year. Still I have plans for weekends away to tick off some of the further distances but this walk deserved a little bit of attention on its own. Golden Cap is rightly a popular walk, and ascending from the Langdon Hill area makes it a fairly simple ascent, the views are superb in every direction and the flat top allows for a chance to walk away and get some space and peace from others. Its a superb spot and rightly the centre point of this walk.