High Point Holidays' April 2018 Newsletter
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Welcome to High Point Holidays' April Newsletter.
In this month's newsletter, we take a look at some of our
Coastal Walking Holidays, and let you know what's being added soon as well as some reminders about staying safe on your coastal explorations.
We have
a new competition courtesy of Michael Joseph/Penguin: 2 copies of Raynor Winn's Sunday Times Bestseller "The Salt Path" to give away; a true tale of the couple who lost everything and then embarked on a journey along the South West Coast Path.

Don't hesitate to contact us, if we can help with your holiday plans for this year.  Best wishes
Mark Armstrong
2018 Walking Holiday Brochure

Our 2018 Brochure

Our 2018 Brochures have been sent out to recent customers. It contains details of 11 new holidays for 2018:

Brionnais Explorer  - Bordeaux Classic Wine Trail
Costa Brava  -  Brittany's Granite Coast
Alpine Provence Trek: Baronnies - Haute Provence
Andalucia: Grazalema National Park  -  Alpujarras Valley
In the Steps of Thomas Hardy: Hardy's Heart of Dorset            
To view Online Brochure Click Here
West Bay

Walking along the UK Coast

We have walking holidays along some delightful and varied routes on the UK coastline.
Dorset Jurassic Coastal Path & Ridgeway
5, 7 or 8 nights - From £490/€560 - 4, 6 or 7 days walking between guest houses
Follow a stunning section of the South West Coastal Trail between Lyme Regis and Lulworth in Dorset plus option to extend to Swanage and Corfe Castle. This spectacular walking trail on the south coast of England is one of the most interesting and varied in the UK.
"The booklet was a lovely keepsake, with personalised touches. We had a great week with perfect weather for walking. The distances between overnight stops was just right." E. Darby, UK

Cornwall's Dramatic Northern Coast
5 or 6 nights - From £460/€530 - 4 or 5 days walking between guest houses
Your self guided walking holiday starts at the bustling seaside resort of Bude before embarking on a journey through wild coastal scenery. Highlights of your walking holiday include some towering sheer cliffs including High Cliff, which at 223m is the highest coastal cliff in Cornwall; a number of well-preserved small fishing ports and villages, such as Port Isaac and Boscastle, located in secluded bays of sinuous inlets, away from the fury of the Atlantic ocean. 
Wonderfully Wild: North Pembrokeshire Coast
6 nights - From £550/€605 - 4 or 5 days walking between guest houses
The route follows the North Pembrokeshire coast path which winds its way over rugged cliffs, passed sandy beaches with views of rocky islands and rare wildlife. The coastline, with its volcanic headlands and glacial valleys, was designated a National Park in 1952 mainly because of its extraordinary variety of rock types and landforms; a unique coastal landscape that makes an ideal habitat for wildlife. 


New Coastal Walking Holidays
South Cornwall Coast
8 nights  -  7 days walking between guest houses and small hotels from Falmouth to Plymouth.
The coastal route includes many picturesque fishing villages such as Polperro, Charlestown & Mevagissey.

Not yet on website, please enquire.


Brittany's Coast of Legends
5 to 14 days walking from Roscoff (direct ferry from Plymouth) to the historic port of Brest around Brittany’s northern coast.
Easy walking around beautiful sandy bays, rocky peninsulas and secluded estuaries.

Not yet on website, please enquire
South West Coast Path
Safety Advice for Walking on the Coast 
We have some useful safety advice on our website which we have broken down into the following:
  • Planning and Preparation
  • Cliff-top Caution
  • Beware the Beach
  • Admit to yourself and others if you get things wrong and seek advice or help if needed
The Salt Path
The Salt Path Book Competition

Win a copy of "The Salt Path" by Raynor Winn, an uplifting true tale of the couple who lost everything and embarked on a journey of salvation across the windswept South West coastline.

The Salt Path is an honest and life-affirming true story of coming to terms with grief and the healing power of the natural world. Ultimately, it is a portrayal of home, and how it can be lost, rebuilt and rediscovered in the most unexpected ways. Details on How to  Win a Copy

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