This walk takes in spectacular views of the dramatic coastline towards Bideford Bay and Hartland. Children will love the whale bones and the old wreck post, as well as the rocks and cliffs.
In spring, nests on the cliffs among the clumps of pink thrift and spotted white sea campion and the gorse bushes are ablaze. In autumn the migrant birds gathering ready to journey south can sometimes attract the attention of a predatory merlin, peregrine or even a haen harrier.
Crumbling stone walls dividing the ancient fields on the top of the headland are encrusted with lichen.