12 miles sounds easy, but don’t underestimate the tough terrain! It’s hard work, especially with a heavy rucksack, and your quads will likely burn for hours. It’s worth the slog up and down the steep, sharp valleys though, because the views are exceptional.
This section offers a chance to explore the incredibly geology of Millook as well as the pretty (if somewhat commercialised) villages of Boscastle and Tintagel. The hiking is still tough but rewarding, and outside the obvious tourist spots deliciously wild and remote.
Trip report to follow, gallery below and all the details you need to organise your own hike below that!