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Berwickshire Coastal Path - Cockburnspath - Burnmouth

Berwickshire Coastal Path - Cockburnspath - Burnmouth


Postby rdtoward21 » Fri Jun 20, 2014 7:36 pm

Route description: Cocksburnpath to Dowlaw , Berwickshire Coastal Path

Date walked: 20/06/2014

Time taken: 9 hours

Distance: 33.3 km

Ascent: 704m

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Great Walk in glorious sunshine, not enough in the legs to get to Berwick Upon Tweed in a day.

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Looking towards Cove

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Cove Harbour

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Cove Harbour and village

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Pease Bay

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Pease Bay Beach

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Reservoir on way to Dowlaw Farm

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Looking back towards Cockburnspath and the Cove

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View towards Fast Castle

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Wee footbridge

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looking back up the coast

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First view of petticowick and St Abbs lighthouse

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Lumsdane Beach

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Petticowick getting closer

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Petticowick

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Me at the St Abbs View Point

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St Abbs Lighthouse

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St Abbs Village

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Coldingham Beach

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Linkin Shore Beach

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Eyemouth Harbour

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Great views on the way to Burnmouth

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The final destination - Burnmouth
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