Just climbing the coastpath south, just barely out of Crackington Haven, you come across Tremoutha, the next cove along. There isn’t an easy access to the beach here, any faint  pathway has long since grown over, so access may only be relatively safely gained by skipping and scrambling around the small headland and over the rocks from Crackington at low enough tides.

Sadly my days of skipping and scrambling are a memory now so I have to walk the puffing and panting path, running steeply upwards above and then around the back of the cove and resting frequently for taking in views like this.

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