Map – www.plotaroute.com/route/319175
The waymarked Coastal Path (and part of the Southern Upland Way) is a level, easy path along the clifftop, with great views of Carboniferous sedimentary rocks and the Old Red Sandstone exposed on the shore. The path meets a minor road and descends to the entrance to the Pease Bay Caravan Site. From there, across a ford, the road climbs steeply, and a set of steps to the left of the road takes you back to the cliff top for a short distance before you join the minor road which leads to Drysdales vegetable processing site, located in the Old Cambus Quarry. Follow this road to a parking area on the left about 100m before the entrance to the Drysdales site.
Walking the final 1 km to Siccar Point
An interpretation board beside the gate gives further information about Siccar Point. Go through the gate and walk along the left (seaward) edge of the field, past St Helen’s Chapel and along the fence (follow the Outdoor Access Code). At the far corner of the second field you’ll find a kissing gate and another interpretation board. Go through the gate, and about 50 m beyond this you get to the cliff top with Siccar Point spread out before you.