|Portloe and the Roseland Heritage Coast
||A rather long and rather hard walk (for us) as the last walk of our summer hols.
From Carne Beach on the south side of the Roseland peninsula, along the coast to Portloe and back via Veryan and Treworlas beach.
Longer than the guide book said and some steep hills! Not too scary on the cliff tops.
320 meters of vertical elevation apparently - no wonder we were knackered at the end!
|Beaches on the Roseland Peninsula
||Three beaches and four visits - Scooby was in heaven. Along the eastern coast of the Roseland peninsula for a change. Timed right for a falling tide so Scooby got maximum "ball action" on several beaches (including Porthcurnick and Portbean). Then back inland looking for the footpaths that had been moved.
|St Anthonys Head
||Liz's second favourite walk. Around St Anthony's Head on the east side of the Fal Estuary. Scooby enjoyed himself immensely but had to be reduced to "two paw drive" when passing a herd of cows on the cliff edge,
|St Mawes to St Just In Roseland
||A circular walk round part of the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall.
From St Mawes up along the estuary to the old churchyard at St Just In Roseland. Then back inland to St Mawes. Stopped at Pineapple bay - at least that's what the sign there called it!