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News TV’s walking greats get behind the South West Coast Path Challenge

News TV’s walking greats get behind the South West Coast Path Challenge

1st August 2017

The South West Coast Path Challenge returns in October for the third year running and is bigger and better than ever as TV’s walking greats, Julia Bradbury and Paul Rose, will be backing it all the way.

Julia Bradbury latest series for ITV, Britain’s Best Walks, included two of her favourites on the Coast Path.

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Lowland Point to Rosenithon, Lizard: Diversion

Lowland Point to Rosenithon, Lizard: Diversion

Route type: Diversion

July 20, 2017: The recent flash flooding that damaged the road and houses in the village of Coverack has also damaged the South West Coast Path south of nearby Rosenithon.

The diversion is about 1mile (1.6km) and runs inland of Dean Quarry (from SW 804 203 to SW 803 213).

However please take care on all the paths in this area as the flash flooding has made them rougher than they used to be.

Read more here.

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