Britain's longest national trail (just over 1,000kms) is not for the faint-hearted. There are relatively easy sections but for much of the time you face a rapid succession of very steep ups and downs that can mean nearly 2,000 metres of climb and descent in a day's walk. You are, however, rewarded with simply stunning scenery and constantly changing, varied and interesting sites - whether you tackle it as single day walks, in sections of a week or more or as a one-off challenge.
Click here to find out links for books and websites that cover the whole of the SW Coast Path and for some suggestions on good places to eat.
This is a work in progress for us and you can find out many more details by clicking on the links above.
Jurassic Coast - an 8-day walk along Britain's first natural World Heritage Site from
Poole to Exmouth.
The Devon Riviera ( site still under construction )