Baggy Point

Moor Lane Croyde EX33 1NU

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.

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