Landscape Photo
Photographer: Brian Horisk/AdventureArt, Fife, Scotland

Route Filmstrip & Description

A ramble around the picturesque Boscastle Harbour, North Cornwall. Site of the 2004 floods. The surface is generally good.and there are ample facilities in terms of eating, drinking and toilets, there is also a visitor centre and several shops. Visit http://www.cornwallrr.org.uk/

Surveyed by: Steve CRR, September 2012 (Autumn)
Accessibility Rating: 2More Information
Distance: 1.1 km

Public Transport: No
Car Park: pay and display
Steps: No
Barriers: No
Toilets: disabled toilets are available

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entrance to car park

CarPark entrance to car park

entrance to car park

CarPark entrance to car park

toilets with disabled facilities

Toilets toilets with disabled facilities

car park tariffs

CarPark car park tariffs

approach to harbour

Path approach to harbour

 

Path

 

Path

 

Path

visitors centre

Visitor Centre visitors centre

 

Path

bridge to  Southwest side of the harbour

Path bridge to Southwest side of the harbour

great two Southwest side of the harbour

Path great two Southwest side of the harbour

south-west side of the harbour heading inland

Path south-west side of the harbour heading inland

 

Path

 

Path

this path becomes rougher further on followed by steps.

Path this path becomes rougher further on followed by steps.

an accessible to wheelchairs and scooters from here on stop

Path an accessible to wheelchairs and scooters from here on stop

heading North West along the south-west side of the harbour

Path heading North West along the south-west side of the harbour

 

Path

 

Path

surface becomes rough for the last 50 m

Surface surface becomes rough for the last 50 m

a view from the bottom of the southern slipway

Path a view from the bottom of the southern slipway

back on the north-eastern side of the harbour

Path back on the north-eastern side of the harbour

 

Path

view from the bottom of the north-Eastern slipway

Path view from the bottom of the north-Eastern slipway

coming down the slipway is quite rough

Surface coming down the slipway is quite rough

leads up to a view point in early summer and a second scenic

Path leads up to a view point in early summer and a second scenic

gradient 5° approximately 1 in 10

Path gradient 5° approximately 1 in 10

 

Path

 

Path

 

Path

presumably a nice view without the plants.

Path presumably a nice view without the plants.

start of a good scenic path. See separate entry.
NOTE access to this path is uneven and to great care should be taken.

Path start of a good scenic path. See separate entry. NOTE access to this path is uneven and to great care should be taken.

Boscastle Harbour Phototrail

 

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Accessibility Info Amenities Info Facilities Info Features Info Way Finding Info
Barrier
Clearance
Gate
Gradient
Obstacle
Seat
Step
Surface
Visibility
Width
Accessible toilets
Blue Badge parking bays
CarPark
Public Transport
Toilets
Bird Hide
Boating
Cafe
Fishing
Museum & Heritage
Shelter
Viewing Platform
Visitor Centre
Water  Sports Centre
Wildlife
Feature of Interest
Information
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Direction
End
Path
Start

 

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