The rules have changed and we can finally head out in the car again, so we’re driving for a walk along a section of the South West Coast Path!
Written during Lockdown May 2020
Deciding to go a little further away, to make a change from the local park, and a wander to the supermarket, we drove to nearby Perranporth for a much needed dose of sea air!
We headed out to enjoy the glorious sunshine, choosing to stay away from the beach, and heading to the cliff path.
It is so nice just to head out of the local area for a while, and of course the weather is incredible at the moment, so we chose a great place to visit.
The South West Coast Path, is the UK’s longest national trail, running 630 miles; following the entire coast of Cornwall, the Devon coast and ending at Poole Harbour in Dorset.
Find out more about the South West Coast Path – click here.
We walked a small part of the Perranporth to St Agnes walk; heading along about 3 miles before turning back again.
Another advantage of choosing a cliff path walk of course; is that we’re getting outside, and the path, though narrow was mostly quiet. We did encounter a few people here and there; though space on the narrow walkway was limited in some places; everyone distanced as much as possible.
We just really enjoyed the walk, getting outside, and making the most of the sunshine and the sea air! The views at Perranporth will always be some of my favourites, it’s simply beautiful.
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