A walk along the South West Coast Path to The Rumps.
Date: 14th February 2016 Distance: 5.1km (3.17 Miles) Parking: National Trust Car Park
Start Location: Port Quin Ascent (m/ft): 258m (846ft) Weather:

Sunny, 8°C

Time Started: 14:20 Highest Point: Coastal Path (80m/262ft) Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 Hours 24 Minutes        
Route: Nr Pentireglaze - South West Coast Path - Iron Age Fort - The Rumps (63m/207ft) - Pentire Farm - Nr Pentireglaze

Polzeath down by the estuary.

A monument on the other side of Padstow Bay.

The Mouls now in view.


The south west coast path to the Rumps.


The view across to Kellan Head, Doyden Castle and House.

The Rumps ahead.

Zooming in on The Rumps. You can make out the Iron Age ramparts from here.
Mouls.

It was shortly after this photo was taken that a Peregrine Falcon flew overhead.

Mouls. At some times in the year there are Puffins on the islands. None today though.
The highest of the two peaks.
Amazing rock formations looking like a shark fin. This is called Sevensouls Rock.

A view to the highest...
And a view down to the smallest.

Rumps Point.
Now continuing along the Coastal Path.
Cliffs which are breading grounds for Peregrines.

A final view of The Rumps before returning to the car.
During the evening it was predicted to be clear and I wanted to capture some night shots of the area.