Day 71: Porthcurno to St Just via Land’s End

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Cornwall, England
Porth Chapel I, Cornwall.

Porth Chapel I, Cornwall.

Porth Chapel Il, Cornwall.

Porth Chapel Il, Cornwall.

Porth Chapel III, Cornwall.

Porth Chapel III, Cornwall.

Hella Point, Cornwall.

Hella Point, Cornwall.

Porthgwarra, manmade tunnel leading to the historic site of tidal ‘hulleys’, wooden containers used for storing shellfish. Cornwall.

Porthgwarra, manmade tunnel leading to the historic site of tidal ‘hulleys’, wooden containers used for storing shellfish. Cornwall.

Runnelstone navigation markers I, Gwennap Head, Cornwall.

Runnelstone navigation markers I, Gwennap Head, Cornwall.

Seascape from Hella Point, Cornwall.

Seascape from Hella Point, Cornwall.

Runnelstone navigation markers II, Gwennap Head, Cornwall.

Runnelstone navigation markers II, Gwennap Head, Cornwall.

Cliff form at Tol-Pedn-Penwith, Cornwall.

Cliff form at Tol-Pedn-Penwith, Cornwall.

Runnelstone navigation markers III, Gwennap Head, Cornwall.

Runnelstone navigation markers III, Gwennap Head, Cornwall.

Cave, Pendower Cove, Cornwall.

Cave, Pendower Cove, Cornwall.

Turquoise seascape, Pendower Cove, Cornwall.

Turquoise seascape, Pendower Cove, Cornwall.

Carved bowls above Ardensawah cliff and Pendower Cove, Cornwall.

Carved bowls above Ardensawah cliff and Pendower Cove, Cornwall.

Zawn Pyg natural arch at Nanjizal Bay, Cornwall.

Zawn Pyg natural arch at Nanjizal Bay, Cornwall.

Enys Dodnan & Armed Knight, Cornwall.

Enys Dodnan & Armed Knight, Cornwall.

Land's End Signpost, Cornwall.

Land’s End Signpost, Cornwall.

Lands End Visitors Centre, Cornwall.

Lands End Visitors Centre, Cornwall.

Longships Lighthouse off Land’s End, Cornwall.

Longships Lighthouse off Land’s End, Cornwall.

Whitesand Bay, Cornwall.

Whitesand Bay, Cornwall.

Surfer, Whitesand Bay, Cornwall.

Surfer, Whitesand Bay, Cornwall.

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3 thoughts on “Day 71: Porthcurno to St Just via Land’s End”

  1. great photos – love the photos of the twinkly sea, I was in Cornwall at Eden Project and Penzance for Christmas and New Year – it was terrible weather at times and told myself I would return in the summer and walk the coastal path from St Ives to Penzance – so difficult to explore with a car and the narrow roads, impressed by your walking

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    • You won’t be disappointed – I think it’s the most popular part of the South West Coast Path, as it’s all spectacular, lots of history and includes Land’s End not to mention being doable in a week. Would recommend spring or autumn if you want even more solitude.

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