A lovely walk around Boscastle along the South West Coast Path.
Date: 10th February 2016 Distance: 7.3km (4.53 Miles) Parking: Car Park in Village Centre
Start Location: Boscastle Ascent (m/ft): 463m (1519ft) Weather:

Partly Sunny, One Shower, 7°C

Time Started: 14:24 Highest Point: Nr Penally Hill (99m/325ft) Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 3 Hours 8 Minutes    
Route: Boscastle - Lookout Station - Forrabury Common - Pentargon - South West Coast Path - Penally Hill (88m/289ft) - Penally Point - Boscastle

Just 5 minutes into the walk and one heavy shower passes over. We took shelter by some rocks just here for a few minutes.

10 Minutes later and its all clear.

A small rocky island called Meachard.


The route into the Harbour.

Fulmars flying around the cliffs.

Penally Point.

A view north along the coast from near the lookout station.

Meachard.
And south along the coast. You can just make out the hotel at Tintagel.
Zooming in on Tintagel and Grower Rock. Some waterfalls too.
Great rock formations by the Lookout Station.
Sunshine on Boscastle Harbour. You can just make out the sea defences.
And a view down to Boscastle.
Back in the village and time to head along the north side of the village now.
Here we are walking along an excellent terrace path with amazing views of the village.
An unnamed waterfall near Pentargon.
Such a spectacular coast.
Evening sunshine lighting the hillside.
Perfect timing!
A last photo of Boscastle Harbout from the other side. From here I nipped up to Penally Point and then followed the Coastal Path back to the village.