Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

How long does it take to walk the South West Coast Path?

4 Feb , 2019  

The South West Coast Path is a magificent route that takes you right around the coastlines of Sommerset, Exmoor, North and South Devon and Cornwall, totalling up a whopping 630 miles of walking trail. 630 miles is a fair distance, so just how long would it take to walk this? The first thing to note […]

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Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

What Should I Pack for the South West Coast Path?

4 Feb , 2019  

HIker on the South West Coast Path

As far as British weather goes, the South West of England is one of the more meteorologically stable regions. While there is likely to be some rain while you are there, there is a better chance than most of getting some sunshine too, so packing for the South West Coast Path is reasonably straight forward. […]

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Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

Eating and Drinking on the South West Coast Path

4 Feb , 2019  

The South West Coast Path takes you through four English counties all bursting with delightful regional produce.  In this guide, we will give you an overview of particular gastronomy to look out for and some guidance on where to eat when you are on the route. Before we get specific, we should point out that […]

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Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

10 Most Frequently Asked Questions on the South West Coast Path.

4 Feb , 2019  

There are so many considerations when walking the Coast to Coast. We have asked our in-office Coast to Coast experts for their list of Frequently Asked Questions, and you can check the answers out below. Which Section should I walk? Here at Macs Adventure we have split the whole South West Coast Path into manageable […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

Cornwall, a Land of Sea and Sky

13 May , 2016  

A glance at the statistics of the County of Cornwall indicates nothing remarkable about this region; numbered 12th out of forty-eight counties by land area, numbered 40th by population, its highest peak a modest 420 metres above sea level. However a closer look at Cornwall’s geography and history reveals something very definitely out of the […]

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