This is a very short walk and quite flat in a loop which leads to Eldern Point (Liberator Bomber crash site) using the coastal path. Go back to the beautiful East Titchberry farm by tracks inland.
Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
Park your car at East Titchberry car park (National Trust).
(D/A) Go past the thatched farmhouse on the left, go straight heading to the gate with yellow arrow and continue until you reach the South West Coast path (bench in front of you).
(1) Turn right "Windbury Point 3m" and follow this path which overlooks Shipload Bay until you reach a fork.
(2) Bear left towards the small gate and follow the way which leads to Eledern Point. Go through the last gate and you reach this point.
(3) Retrace your steps to the fork.
(2) Turn left heading to the large gate this time (blue arrow). Past the gate, turn right and take the field track along the hedge for 200 meters. Turn right again at a right angle and go slightly down the track leading to the farmhouse.(D/A)
D/A : km 0 - alt. 90m - East Titchberry car park (National Trust)
1 : km 0.26 - alt. 90m - "Windbury Point"
2 : km 0.65 - alt. 102m - Fork
3 : km 1.02 - alt. 78m - Eledern Point
D/A : km 2.2 - alt. 90m - East Titchberry car park (National Trust)
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