This itinerary is slightly longer than most of our walkers walk. Whilst you will cover more miles, you will also have less chance to explore the villages you come across or stop and take photographs. About 10% of our walkers choose this pace, and they are normally walkers with plenty of experience of long distance paths. We would not recommend walking this itinerary in winter months, when there is reduced day light hours.
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Two ferry journeys required. One from Shaldon to Teignmouth and one from Starcross to Exmouth.
Ferry crossing from Dartmouth to Kingswear.
Crossing Kingsbridge Estuary by ferry.
Cross the River Avon by short ferry journey.
Cross the River Erme which is tide dependent.
Cross the River Yealm by short ferry journey.
A ferry is required between Cremyl and Plymouth.
Please be advised that there is limited accommodation in Portwrinkle and this may be sourced nearby.
A ferry is required between Fowey and Polruan.
Due to a lack of accommodation in Par, it may be necessary to accommodate you elsewhere and include transfers to and from the accommodation.
Two ferry crossings are required on this stretch.
There are 2 river crossings on this day. Gillan Creek is tide dependent, and a short ferry is required to cross Helford River.
Short ferry ride, which is tide dependent or alternative footbridge.
Short ferry ride from Padstow to Rock.
The following items are optional and can be removed to reduce the cost of your holiday.
33 Days / 34 Nights 14.2 miles daily avg
Number in Group: 2
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Unfortunately, due to the unprecedented demand for accommodation in the UK, we have taken the decision to extend the period we require to book a holiday from 6 weeks to 8 weeks.
Whilst this does give us time to book your walking holiday, it is essential that you understand the current situation for all 2022 holidays.
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