South West Coast Path Map
Our longest map yet!
It covers all 630 miles of the UK’s longest and best-loved National Trail broken down into 52 easy to walk sections as suggested by the SW Coast Path Association. The path starts in Somerset, takes in Devon and Cornwall on all sides and finishes in Dorset through some of the most spectacular scenery in England.
Scratch off your progress on the path and on the key to the side where there's a place to write down when you walked each section. There are also a bonus 20 places of interest to scratch off covering the highest peaks, waterfalls and historic places!
If you don't think you can walk each section that's fine, you can scratch off all the towns along the path instead and discover their beauty at a more leisurely pace. There's over 150 places, towns and sections to scratch off on this one so clean those boots off!
As always - everything that’s named on the map is free to visit!
The poster is A2 size and printed on high quality silk FSC paper in the UK and comes in a cardboard tube (no plastic!) rolled in a seeded paper thank you slip which you can plant after reading and help the bees!
All maps include free delivery to anywhere in the UK!
I purchased this for a family member that’s in to their walking and now really want to buy one for myself as I absolutely love it. Amazing to see how many bit I’ve already don’t but also there so much more to see and create memories.
Have been looking for a map like this for sometime, so pleased it popped up on my Facebook feed. Such good quality and perfect for tracking my SWCP progress. The ‘seed tape’ is a lovely touch. Can’t wait to get it framed and start scratching off my routes
Bought as a gift for a Walker so hopefully will give some pleasure in completing. Lovely bright colours and easy to use. Very quick delivery too.
Already have a copy of the Dartmoor map. Excellent quality and great service. Have just received the new South West coast path. Extremely pleased with the detail in these products. Will definitely get another. Love to use them to inspire new areas to explore.