"The two sections of the Coastal Footpath meet here at Land’s End, where the north coast meets the south coast and the Atlantic Ocean stretches beyond the horizon until it reaches the shores of America. This route, which covers over 500 miles along the coast from Poole Harbour in Dorset to the Bristol Channel, is the longest continuous footpath in Britain. Close to Land’s End are some of the most dramatic sections of the walkway, for those with a head for heights.
From the spectacular granite cliffs, on a clear day, the Isles of Scilly can be seen lying on that horizon. Much closer is the Longships Lighthouse, whilst about six miles south-west is the Wolf Rock Lighthouse. There is a well-known signpost here, giving distances to far away places. Visitors can have their photographs taken in this famous spot, overlooking the churning sea beneath spectacular cliffs. It is a great spot from which to watch the sun set over the sea. In spring the cliffs are rampant with wild flowers, particularly thrift, a blaze of colour against the grey of the rock. Footpaths are well-maintained and there are great views from the Dollar Cove suspension bridge."
Habis je kami jalan-jalan di Land's End, semasa nak ke car park terjumpa rombongan Ustaz Kamaruzaman, ust. Din, Mimi dan Kak Zue dan sempat merakamkan kenangan bersama di bumi Land's End.