On the Beach amidst the Bedruthan Steps in Cornwall. It is a treacherous place. Two hours before high tide, the beaches are completely covered by the large waves from the Atlantic Ocean. The beaches end in a cliff face, rising about 20-30 meters straight up. A flight of stairs is the only way up to safety (except for a secret difficult to climb path some distance away from the stairs, which would be impossible to reach when the waves splash against the cliff face.