On Sunday 15th April 23 members and guests went on a 5½ mile walk from the NT car park at Baggy Point. In addition, three members did a shorter 2½ mile version of the walk, going direct to Baggy Point from the National Trust Car Park.
Those on the full walk made their way along the beach and through the sand dunes to Croyde village before taking a track to the hamlet of Putsborough. We continued on lanes until reaching the South West Coast Path at Putsborough Sands. After a brief coffee stop overlooking the bay that stretches all the way up to Woolacombe, we continued on the SWCP out to Baggy Point.
After another brief pause for photos of Steve climbing the "totem pole" and to admire the beautiful coastline before we made our way back to the NT car park and lunch in the local café.
Making our way through the sand dunes of Croyde Bay
Coffee break overlooking Putsborough Sands
On the South West Coast Path heading for Baggy Point
Steve tries to get a better view of Baggy Point
Most of us are content to view Baggy Point from ground level
Making our way back to NT car park
After the walk we relax in the nearby cafe