FOLLOW THE TRAIL
Bempton Cliffs to Sewerby Hall
Follow the trail & share your coastsnaps!
Discover the 12 photo posts installed along the coast from Bempton to Sewerby, find each individually crafted post, take your photo and most of all enjoy the stunning coastline, from the towering cliffs of Bempton, the coves of Flamborough and the view of Bridlington’s sweeping beaches from Sewerby.
When you share an image you’ve taken from one of our photoposts – either via social media using the post’s hashtag, or using the CoastSnap app – you’ll become part of a community of citizen scientists helping to monitor coastal change.
The trail starts at Bempton RSPB Cliffs and circles Flamborough Head to Sewerby Hall. Follow the full trail, or pick it up using the What3Words locations listed for each post location:
RSPB Bempton Cliffs #bemptonpuffin What3Words: plastic.reclusive.elevated
Thornwick Bay, Flamborough #thornwickprimrose What3Words: terms.shift.specifies
Flamborough North Landing Cliff #flamboroughchalk What3Words: bucked.cabin.quits
Flamborough North Landing Cove #flamboroughcove What3Words: slipping.chaos.kiosk
Selwicks Bay, Flamborough #selwicksbaygorse What3Words: sleepers.warrior.rephrase
Flamborough Drinking Dinosaur #flamboroughtrex What3Words: will.airstrip.begins
Flamborough Sculptures (South Landing) #flamboroughseal What3Words: supreme.propelled.megawatt
Flamborough Clifftop Walk (South Landing) #flamboroughlifeboat What3Words: acrobats.desire.prefect
Danes Dyke Beacon Hill (North) #beaconhillwhale What3Words: test.grandson.dolls
Danes Dyke #danesdykefinch What3Words: dictation.intervene.enclosing
Danes Dyke South #danesdykepeacock What3Words: clays.surfer.altitude
Sewerby Hall #sewerby ahoy / #sewerbydolphin What3Words: canines.steered.soonest
Explore the locations
Explore, discover and capture moments to help our planet
CoastSnap works by enlisting members of the public to take part in our global citizen science project, to capture through your smartphone images of how our dynamic world is changing over time.
By using something called Photogrammetry, scientists can use your photos to make maps at an accuracy similar to that of professional survey team. This is why each location has a camera cradle for you to use and precisely orient your phone and photo. All the information can be recorded via the App or uploading to social media channels. The more photos we have of a particular location, the better our understanding becomes of how environments, such as coastlines, are changing over time, and thus helping communities, local government and stakeholders to better manage these valuable environments.
Add your snap
1. Visit one of our CoastSnap locations.
2. Open the app and create an account with your email address.
3. Select the CoastSnap station for your location.
4. Add your photo using the plus button to ‘update spot’ and follow the on-screen instructions.
5. Place your phone within the cradle so that the camera is facing away from you and is in the correct landscape position.
6. Complete the ‘update spot’ form in the app and save your snap to submit it. You can also upload a recent photo from your gallery.
7. If you don’t have the CoastSnap app, you can still share the photo via social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter handles)
8. Take the snap and share it via on our social media channels using the location hashtag #bemptonpuffin
What happens to my snap?
We will use your CoastSnap images to map the way the environment changes over time. Your image is an accurate record of the locality at that moment. Your image will become part of a community database and will enable us to monitor how different environments are changing through time, creating time-lapse movies of the location.