Monday, 15 June 2009

Bedruthan Steps Cornwall

Bedruthan Steps is one of the most dramatic views on the North Cornwall coast. The cliffs are partly owned bt the Nation Trust who use the old Cornish name of Carnewas. When the tide is out a white sand beach is exposed, accessible from steps cut into a crack in the cliff, but the best way to see it is at high water during rough seas when wave break over the jagged spikes formed by the erosion of the north coast over the past millenia. It's an important landmark on the long distance southwest coast path and hikers with boots and backpack mix with trippers who have strolled down from the nearby car park and tea rooms.
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