Beautiful May 2020 – Smack bang in the middle of Covid 19. Restrictions had been lifted to include more people into your bubble. Outdoor activities are a must for our mental health and normality … ( they are for me)
We dropped a vehicle at our finish point ( Alyard Farms) and drove to Pikes Road for the start of the Point to Point Coast Trail. This trail is 13km in distance and the first km was a beautiful warm up run through the forest of green and ferns.
Coast trail was marked with yellow plates, and was easy to follow ( we did miss one) though it was quick to get back on trail. Some scrambling along cliffs edges made for a fun adventure.
As it was the end of May the Wildflowers were abundant. I think we had around 100 stops to take photographs as the trail is so scenic.
Time for a break at the Trap Shack, which was used in the past by fishermen. It’s a neat place with history, times are sure different now in the fishing industry.
Overall elevation of the Coast to Coast trail is 563m , lots of ups and downs . Mainly coastal views, though you do spend some time among the beautiful trees in the forest.
Thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the 5 hours it took to reach our destination of Alyard Farm – Creyke Point, and I hope you have too. Thanks for looking!