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76b – Studland to Old Harry Rocks

At Studland the coastal path turns east, ending after three quarters of a mile at Handfast Point and Old Harry Rocks.  The landscape here is chalk cliffs with sheer drops to gravel banks and the sea below. At the headland … Continue reading

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49 – The Problem with Chalk and Flint

Whilst the rest of the Coastal Clan battled with a virus, I went back down to the south coast to meet Mark, our friend and Guest Walker.  We had been trying to get together to walk over Beachy Head and … Continue reading

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48c – The Seven Sisters Part II

The Seven Sisters are a series of cliffs of about 2 miles in length.  In terms of their span, they are small.  In terms of the full coastline of Britain, which is what we intend to walk, they amount to less than … Continue reading

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33a – Cliftonville to Botany Bay

Curse these amazing coastal landscapes!  Curse these pleasant pubs!  Curse these quiet beaches where we can sit for hours without seeing a soul!  Just how are we supposed to walk round the entire coast of Britain when there is so much to enjoy … Continue reading

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