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South West Coast Path: Exmouth to Poole (National Trail Guides) Paperback – 1 May 2004
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The South West Coast Path is the spectacular 613-mile (9870km) National Trail around the tip of Britain. This volume features the section of the Path from Exmouth to Poole, a distance of 99 miles (160km). Following the Countryside Agency's acorn waymarks, the route wends its way along the cliffs, past The Cobb at Lyme Regis and the impressive sweep of the Chesil Beach to Lulworth Cove and Studland Bay. This is the complete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller. It contains: the entire route split into convenient sections; 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey maps for each section, marked with points of special interest; circular routes off the trail for shorter walks, enabling the walker to explore the local area; route information on each section, with colour photographs and notes on nearby features; background information on local history, wildlife, archaeology, geology, industry and land use; details of public transport, villages on or near the route with facilities for walkers, useful organisations and sources of further information on accommodation; and the Countryside Access Charter on your rights and responsibilities when out in the countryside.
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However when walking to Bridport from West Bay (p66) I looked out for the thatched brewery but could only find a conventionally roofed one. Then (p70) the author describes how the harbour is cleared by damming the River Brit till the valley is full of water then the sluices are opened to scour out the pebbles. This sounded fascinating so I asked a local resident about it and he said that dredgers clear the harbour at low tide - not nearly so romantic!
This might seem like nit-picking, but the guide is the 2013 revised and updated version so one wonders if there are other minor discrepancies?
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