Diggory's Island View Bedruthan Steps
Bedruthan Steps is one of the Cornwall’s more dramatic beaches.
The effect of the constant pounding of the Atlantic upon the north Cornwall coastline means that the rocks are ever-changing, the softer rock eroding to leave the harder rocks in forms of islets, stacks and arches.
At low tide several small coves are revealed and towards low tide these join into a large beach which stretches for over a mile with plenty of interesting caves and rock pools but watch out for the incoming tide.
There are numerous warning signs pointing out the cliffs are dangerous, the currents treacherous and there is a good deal of potential to become cut off at high tide. Ignore them at your peril.
September 5th, 2019
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