South West Coast Path
The South West Coast Path is a National Trail created and mainly funded by Natural England and managed by highway authorities and the National Trust. It follows the coast for 630 miles (1014 km) from Minehead in Somerset to the shores of Poole Harbour in Dorset and is looked after by approximately 65 dedicated on-the-ground managers, who strive to provide the highest quality route for users.
Press Releases for South West Coast Path
Enjoy May Bank holiday bliss in Devon with the wildflowers of the South West Coast Path
Make the most of the May Bank holidays in Devon this year with a walk on the wild side along the South West Coast Path National Trail. There are plenty of short routes to choose from lasting half a day or less where you can be inspired by the brilliant tapestry of wild flowers which carpet the banks and borders of this long distance trail. Plus, it’s all free, including the route descriptions, which can be downloaded from: www.southwestcoastpath.com.
Release Date: 2nd March 2011
Take the road to romance with the South West Coast Path
With a Royal wedding in the spring, love is definitely in the air for 2011 and the South West Coast Path with its stunning coastal views and outstanding natural beauty is the place to be for the perfect romantic getaway.
Release Date: 1st February 2011
New Year….. New Horizons! Celebrate 2011 with…five awe-inspiring Devon walks on the South West Coastal Path
Celebrate 2011 by broadening your horizons with five inspiring walks in Devon on the South West Coastal Path. From castles and cliffs to breathtaking sea views and romantic waterfalls, the South West Coastal Path will take you on a journey through Devon’s rich history and legends with access to some of the UK’s most magnificent scenery and wildlife.
Release Date: 24th January 2011