From a National Trust car park in Croyde, a two-mile return walk tracks the coast to a low hill on Baggy Point. The cliffs after a mile are a blur of seabirds in September and November and sea views are guaranteed year-round. The hill is topped by a wreck post from which lifeboat crews fired a lifeline to sinking ships when it was too rough to launch a boat. Dogs are allowed on leads and the terrain is unchallenging though, of course, be careful in winter when the path can get pretty muddy.
This is a great walk any time of year for the superb views towards Hartland and Lundy Island and is fairly easy going so good for families. The first part of the route is also suitable for people with pushchairs or mobility aids. More information about the route can be found here http://www.southwestcoastpath.com/walksdb/26/
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