We started our walk at Boscastle but before that we left the van at the quaint village of Crackington Haven, the end of our walk. We climbed up high out of Boscastle and followed the coastal path heading north. It was a beautiful day, plenty of sunshine, not too windy, perfect for walking. The walk passes through Beeny Cliff and High Cliff two fairly steep uphill and downhill climbs. The walk was extremely scenic, very undulating and at times we were very high above sea level. Being National Trust, most of the coastal path was in good condition, just a few places were a bit of a scramble! We measured the length of the walk at just over 7 miles but it felt like 70 and took us 5 hours including a stop for lunch and mini breaks for taking photos. We were very relieved when at last, we could see the end in sight and walked down into the village of Crackington Haven, where we enjoyed a most welcome cup of tea!
In the evening we were all extremely tired, including Mollie and after a game of cards, we left Mick to put his 2 bitches to bed!