Padstow, Cornwall, UK
Stepper Point sits at the Western tip of Camel estuary by Padstow in Cornwall, and rises to 74m (242ft) at its highest point.
You get some pretty spectacular scenery here on the South West Coast path. Some high cliffs with hidden bays and covers below. Most being too risky to climb down to.
If you were to start off in Padstow this makes a nice walk with great views.
The headland at Stepper Point is topped by a stone tower, built as a day mark to serve as a navigation beacon for seafarers.
Use your mouse to move around the map of Stepper Point