Port Isaac to Tregardock (5 miles - difficult)
Parking can be found at Castle Rock car park in Port Isaac. Once you have parked, follow the road down into Port Gaverne, and begin your walk along Tresungers Point. At times, you will be quite close to the edge of the cliff, so take care. Continue on to pass Ram's Hole and you will then come to an area of marshland. Take the bridge over the marsh and then continue on the path as it takes you back up to the cliffs and through some fields. As you make your way towards Ranie Point, you will have to climb several stiles before coming to a valley at Barrett's Zawn. After walking through the valley, continue following the path up to Delabole Point. You will now come to another valley named Dinnabroad valley. Make your way through this valley and continue on up towards Dannonchapel, owned by the National Trust. Keep following the path as signed, coming to another, very steep, valley at Jacket's Point. Cross the stream at the bottom of the valley and climb up out of the valley on the other side. The path now runs along Tregardock Cliff. Further on, there are more stiles to climb as you make your way above Trerubies Cove. When you reach a crossroad in the path, follow the path to the right which will take you inland down to Tregardock village.