Geocaches - 3
Walk Inspiration - AA 1001 Family Walks
Pub - Coombe Barton, Sharp's Special
Molly the Labradoodle is 13 years old now. She's brought our family many pleasures but surely the greatest has to be the annual UK Coastal Walking Holiday. She's clocking on a bit now and rarely joins us on our proper walks that count towards our #Walk1000Miles target. However, Sonia insisted she had one more trip to the seaside in her.
So a suitable walk to entertain us all - Clifftop sea breezes (Molly), Geocaches (Me) and a Cream Tea (Sonia) was found from one of my favourite walking books.
The pub at the end was an unexpected bonus.
Crackington Haven is on the North Coast of Cornwall. It's picture book quaint - a stream running down onto a beach - aforementioned refreshment centres - and some brooding cliffs dominating from either side.
|Footpath to Cambeak|
|On top of Cambeak|
After all the long distance walking I have completed already, this simple sub 4 miler could well be the walk of 2016.
|The Return back along the Hidden Valley|
|Cafe and a Pub? This could catch on|
|Asked Sonia for advice on whether Jam or Cream first. She couldn't remember.|
Normally, this would have been enough post walk refreshment, but when the pub is in such a wonderful location, it would have been criminal to have not investigated.
|Sharps Special and a Sea View|