Walking the Southwest Coastal Path


Day 31
Crafthole to Plymouth 12 miles

The walking into Plymouth was much nicer than the approach to its outskirts yesterday. The Mount Edgcumbe Country Park at Cremyll made for a rather beautiful departure from Cornwall, yet it was  very different from the wildness that we had come to experience from the Cornish landscape. We are back in England, as the Cornish would have it. Interesting how they connected themselves more with the Celtic lands of Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and Brittany than with jolly ole England itself!


One thought on “Walking the Southwest Coastal Path

  1. Gaslight Crime

    Of course, in the dark ages all of Cornwall and much of Devon was a Celtic heartland until the Saxons pushed the Celts back to the Tamar. Some beautiful coastal walking lies ahead of you.

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