Signs And Portents


Right, so you've successfully negotiated Hellesveor. The next bits you come along (Pen Enys Point and Trevalgan Cliff) make for a pleasant interlude. Later on in the journey when you are reaching for your emergency cyanide capsule you will upon this stretch with fond memories.

This is Pen Enys Point where the coast path takes you into the real country.

Coast path between Zennor and St. Ives, Cornwall 1 The gate that leads from Pen Enys Point towards Trevalgan Farm.

This is Trevalgan Cliff where you will come upon some interesting signs put there by Trevalgan Holiday Farm.

The Merry Maidens on Trevlgan Cliffs, St. Ives Bay, Cornwall 1 The Merry Maidens on Trevlgan Cliffs, St. Ives Bay, Cornwall 2
The scene of the wreck of the Bessemer City beneath Trevalgan Cliffs, St. Ives Bay, Cornwall 1 The scene of the wreck of the Bessemer City beneath Trevalgan Cliffs, St. Ives Bay, Cornwall 2

Want to know more about what's on offer at Trevalgan, try:-

http://www.trevalgan.co.uk

Meanwhile, back on the trail of tears, we march ever onwards until we get to the Ordnance Survey Triangulation Point on Trevega Cliff, popularly and erroneously assumed to be the halfway point of the walk. Whipping out our Ordnance Survey maps ..... we despair as we realise how little we've moved on the map and how far there is still to go.

The triangulation point on Trevega Cliff, St. Ives Bay, Cornwall The Strangulation Point on Trevega Cliff. So called because by the time you have got to here you have decided that if the kids don't stop whining .....

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