SDC10383

SDC10383

30-Jun-10 • Andrew Murphy

book3, swcwalks, walk98

SDC10384

SDC10384

30-Jun-10 • Andrew Murphy

book3, swcwalks, walk98

SDC10385

SDC10385

30-Jun-10 • Andrew Murphy

book3, swcwalks, walk98

SDC10386

SDC10386

30-Jun-10 • Andrew Murphy

book3, swcwalks, walk98

SDC10387

SDC10387

30-Jun-10 • Andrew Murphy

book3, swcwalks, walk98

SDC10389

SDC10389

30-Jun-10 • Andrew Murphy

book3, swcwalks, walk98

SDC10390

SDC10390

30-Jun-10 • Andrew Murphy

book3, swcwalks, walk98

Walton-on-the-Naze Circular walk

Coastal walk from a faded grandeur Victorian seaside resort with pier to a fast eroding, fossil rich headland and a sand spit. Return along the beach or through a nature reserve.

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SWC Free Walk 52, Clacton-on-Sea to Walton-on-the-Naze. 2/10/11.

Two walks for the price of one here as the walker has combined Free Walks 52 and 98 to make a coastal walk of around 14 miles. This is the recommended way to do these walks, in this walker's opinion, as they complement one another and make the journey East worthwhile. The walk from Clacton is a straight-forward one along the coast path. Walton-on-the-Naze makes a useful lunch stop, being 7 miles in, whilst the walk around the Naze makes for a more pleasant and peaceful contrast. Unfortunately, the tide conspired against a visit to Stone Point, but the circuit around the Naze was scenic enough. A nice walk of contrasts, particularly on a gorgeous day like this one. (The bird seen towards the end of the walk is believed to be the rare Marsh Warbler).


Last updated : Feb-18