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

Route Filmstrip & Description

A ramble down to Lellizzick and around the picturesque stepper point. with some spectacular views of the camel estuary. The Hill down to Lellizzick is steep (app. 1 in 5) and is open to traffic, however, there should not be very much as it is a dead-end going down only to a few homes and holiday residences. Submitted by Cornwall Rolling Ramblers. http://www.cornwallrr.org.uk/

Surveyed by: Steve CRR, July 2013 (Summer)
Accessibility Rating: 3More Information
Distance: 5.1 km

Public Transport: No
Car Park: Yes
Steps: No
Barriers: there are some gates,see details by photographs.
Toilets: No

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on road parking to the left,cafe to the right. The cafe has toilets that they are not wheelchair accessible.

CarPark on road parking to the left,cafe to the right. The cafe has toilets that they are not wheelchair accessible.

stepper point through a gate to the left, Lillizzack straight on.

Path stepper point through a gate to the left, Lillizzack straight on.

quiet road to Lellizzick.

Path quiet road to Lellizzick.

quiet road to Lellizzick.

Path quiet road to Lellizzick.

quiet road to Lellizzick.
with views to the camel estuary.

Path quiet road to Lellizzick. with views to the camel estuary.

the camel estuary.

View the camel estuary.

tight steep and bend approximately one in five stop

Path tight steep and bend approximately one in five stop

path continues a little way to the right, private parking to the left.

Path path continues a little way to the right, private parking to the left.

path narrows here and becomes very steep in places not to be recommended we turned back and reversed the route.
there appears to be a cafe to the left however, we were not able to access it, we believe there are steps.

Path path narrows here and becomes very steep in places not to be recommended we turned back and reversed the route. there appears to be a cafe to the left however, we were not able to access it, we believe there are steps.

going back up the hill.

Path going back up the hill.

coming back up the hill.

Path coming back up the hill.

the gate that takes us to step up point is off to draw right.

Gate the gate that takes us to step up point is off to draw right.

pedestrian gates to the right.

Gate pedestrian gates to the right.

typical surface.

Surface typical surface.

typical surface.

Path typical surface.

typical surface.

Path typical surface.

typical surface.

Path typical surface.

typical surface.

Path typical surface.

typical surface.

Path typical surface.

gate onto grassy area.

Path gate onto grassy area.

pedestrian gate to right.

Path pedestrian gate to right.

the rest of the path is grass. Maximum gradient about one in eight with some transfers slopes (maximum about one in five).gradients are estimated.

Path the rest of the path is grass. Maximum gradient about one in eight with some transfers slopes (maximum about one in five).gradients are estimated.

beware unfenced cliffs with large (app. 50m) drop-offs

Path beware unfenced cliffs with large (app. 50m) drop-offs

beware cliff edge.

Path beware cliff edge.

 

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grass can get a bit tufty

Surface grass can get a bit tufty

the day mark at stepper point. this was used to ensure that sailors turned into the inlet.

Path the day mark at stepper point. this was used to ensure that sailors turned into the inlet.

 

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it is possible to go 100 m or so beyond this point but the ground and even after that.

Path it is possible to go 100 m or so beyond this point but the ground and even after that.

 

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path soon becomes rutted with transverse slopes.

Path path soon becomes rutted with transverse slopes.

the first gate from the other side.

Path the first gate from the other side.

the cafe has seating outside as well as toilets, but they are not wheelchair accessible.

Path the cafe has seating outside as well as toilets, but they are not wheelchair accessible.

off-road parking.

Path off-road parking.

road/path down to off-road parking.

Path road/path down to off-road parking.

Stepper point Phototrail

 

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Visitor Centre
Water  Sports Centre
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