Explorer Paul Rose sets off on the walk of a lifetime - 630 miles of the South West Coast Path. He'll discover wildlife, wild traditions and wild adventure at every turn
South West Coast Path
The South West Coast Path is one of the world's best loved walks.
At 630 miles in length, it is also England's longest national walking trail.
Presenter and adventurer Paul Rose finds out about the path's history, wildlife, and traditions in this five part series.
Paul also visits some of the 'hidden places' along its route.
On his way, he discovers adventures around every corner of the peninsular, and tries his hand at outdoor activities from hang gliding and sailing to pot holing.
Join Paul Rose for a great coastal adventure.
Hidden Treasures of the South West Coast Path
The South West Coast Path was originally created by coastguards, looking out for smugglers. Along its route there are many 'hidden places' which can be overlooked by the thousands of walkers who walk the route every year.
We go in search of 12 hidden treasures on the South West Coastal Path.
Lizard Point in 360 Degrees
Take a 360 tour of Lizard Point and discover one of Britain’s most spectacular coastal locations.
Visit the most southerly point in Britain, take a walk on the beach, trek along the cliff tops and enjoy the dramatic panoramic views of the South West coast.
Discover the hut where radio pioneer Marconi conducted his wireless and telecommunications experiments at the turn of the 20th Century.