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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Cornwall

'The natural beauty of the coastline and its steep valleys, the architectural surprises, the inescapable sense of history and the range of activities and facilities that the estate offers, all set ...
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Category East Cornwall

'As part of its extended role the Society organises monthly walks both within and outside Calstock Parish. Many of the walks have a general interest or historic content and are considered to be wit ...
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Category East Cornwall

Visit the Cornwall AONB Map to explore each of the twelve 'special and stun ...
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Category Cornwall

'We endevour to arrange walks in both the far west as well as the east of Cornwall, whilst most walks are in central Cornwall because of the distances to travel.'


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Category Cornwall

'Discover hidden secrets in our Outdoor Gardens. The Family Trail takes you on an exciting tour around our spacious gardens, with clues designed especially for kids. There’s a surprise at ...
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Category East Cornwall

'There are a plethora of trails covering coastal paths, bridleways, quiet lanes as well as the South West Coast Path, which runs right through Falmouth. We've put together a variety of loc ...
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Category West Cornwall

[1] In and around the ancient township of Grampound - - - : [2] A circular walk in beautiful countryside to the north and east of Grampound - - - : [3] A circular walk in beautiful countryside to t ...
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Category West Cornwall

'Please contact the AONB Unit if you wish to purchase walks leaflets prior to your visit.'


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Category Isles of Scilly

Nature Trails and Footpaths 'Our Nature trails on St Mary's include Higher and Lower Moors which pass through wetlands and woodland, ideal for bird watching and plant spotting. Over 100 mi ...
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Category Isles of Scilly

'The walks are free to browse on the web and print out for your own use, and will remain so ... Our walks are available as guided walk mobile apps - a "SatNav" for walking, describing when and what ...
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Category Cornwall

Group Walks 'Usually take place on a Sunday, they are open to all LDWA members irrespective of where they reside. New walkers considering joining the LDWA may try two group walks before ta ...
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Category Cornwall

'South East Cornwall offers the walker so much choice, from stunning cliff walks to lonely walks on Bodmin Moor. A range of landscapes from ancient wooded valley to pretty fishing villages. Thousan ...
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Category East Cornwall

'Looe Island Nature Reserve (also know as St George's Island) is just off the coast of Looe. It is a marine nature reserve and the waters around it are teeming with life. It provi ...
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Category East Cornwall

'Over the years this web site has become less of a visitors guide to Cornwall and more of a walkers guide. I still retain my interest in - and pages about - homes, gardens, holy places, museums, an ...
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Category Cornwall

'New members and people that have come to live in Cornwall are all welcome and we hope that you will join us on walks social events and meetings. Non members are welcome too on all walks and are in ...
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Category Cornwall

'Twenty-five years ago, Heligan's historic gardens were unknown and unseen; lost under a tangle of weeds. It was only the chance discovery of a door in the ruins that led to the restoration of this ...
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Category West Cornwall

'Tresco is a beautiful, tranquil, family-owned island off the coast of Cornwall with award winning accommodation and food.'


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Category Isles of Scilly

'In addition to its sandy white beaches, Scilly has the greatest concentration of prehistoric burial sites in the UK and one of the highest numbers of historic shipwrecks in Europe. The islands are ...
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Category Isles of Scilly

'Cornwall, with the longest coastline in Britain offers everything that a walker could want; ancient paths and ways and rights of way established by the miners, fishermen and farm workers over the ...
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Category Cornwall

'The Walks List is issued twice each year and includes notices for evening meetings, the annual lunch and AGM agenda. Walks normally take between 3 and 5 hours, including a break for a self-catered ...
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Category West Cornwall

'The Bude Canal system was one of the most unusual in Britain. It was remarkable in using inclined planes to haul tub boats on wheels to the upper levels. There were only two conventional locks, in ...
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Category West Cornwall

'Hikers, beware summer vacation time when there can often be far too many cyclists for comfort, particularly between Padstow and Wadebridge. Horses and walkers are supposed to take precedence over ...
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Category West Cornwall

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Category 4: 101-200 Miles

'We maintain and protect 2765 miles (4450 km) of public right of way across Cornwall.'


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Category Cornwall

Details of these Walks: [1] Truro Town Walk - - - : [2] Porthbeor Walk - - - : [3] Falmouth Town Walk - - - : [4] Little & Great Molunan - - - : [5] Sloe Berry Stroll - - - : [6] Mylor & Pe ...
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Category West Cornwall

'Heading east along quiet lanes, the trail leaves the magnificent coastline and enters the ancient landscape of Penwith. The trail takes in the picturesque villages of Sennen, Lamorna and Mousehole ...
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Category West Cornwall

'Fowey Harbour, which includes the communities of Fowey, Bodinnick and Polruan, has been a significant international trading port since the medieval period and is still a working port today, export ...
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Category East Cornwall

'For the visitor, apart from proximity to beautiful coastal and countryside walks and local history, Helston has a rich variety of pubs, restaurants, places to stay, places to be quiet and places.' ...
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Category West Cornwall

'Tells the story of King Arthur, whose legend is intrinsic to the psychogeography of the area. Starting at the dramatic sea-castle of Tintagel (the place of Arthur’s conception and Merlin’s Cave) a ...
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Category 4: 101-200 Miles

'The Land's-End John o' Groats Association was established in September 1983 following the inaugural journey from Land's End to John o' Groats and then back to Land's End again. This event ...
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Category West Cornwall

'The Land's End Trail was conceived by Hugh Miners and researched by a group of Cornish Ramblers - Robert Wicks, Robert Preston and Robin Menneer. They published it as Land's End to Avebury in the ...
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Category West Cornwall

'Launceston, once the ancient capital of Cornwall, is known for its dominating 11th century castle and the magnificent carved exterior of St Mary Magdalene Church. In the narrow streets are fine ex ...
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Category East Cornwall

[1] Coulson Park and Shirehall Moor - - - : [2] Milltown Walk (3.4 miles, circular) - - - : [3] Lanhydrock Walk (3.7 miles one way, return by train) - - - : [4] Lostwithiel to Lerryn Walk (2 miles ...
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Category East Cornwall

'The proposed route will extend from the cliff tops of West Cornwall at Carn Lês Boel near Land’s End to Hopton on the Norfolk Coast. The pilgrimage will be an integrated whole that can also be wal ...
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Category West Cornwall

Cornwall From The Coast Path  'This is not just a guide to the Coast Path, but also to Cornwall from the Coast Path. Each stage includes information on Interest along the path and within e ...
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Category West Cornwall

'The actual walk takes about three hours although it would be worth allowing at least an extra hour to look at views and maybe have a paddle in the sea if the weather conditions allow.'


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Category West Cornwall

'This traffic-free section of the Cornish Way starts only a mile from St Austell station and leads to the bustling fishing village of Mevagissey. It includes a link to the famous Lost ...
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Category East Cornwall

'Each walk has a map of the route, detailed directions, photos and some information about the area. The walks are classified by length, steepness grade, type of scenery (coastal, moorland, riversid ...
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Category Cornwall

'The essential guide now is the Saints Way Guide, compiled and published by Ginny and Heulyn Lewis of Pelican Studio. A compact folder with 8 trail cards (and 5 information cards), each tr ...
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Category West Cornwall

'I set out on my southward journey from the tiny harbour of Boscastle one sunny morning in the early Spring of 1994. Several weeks and a few blind alleys later, after several visits "back to the dr ...
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Category West Cornwall

'1 - St.Agnes Village Trail; 2 - St Agnes Beacon; 3 - Porthtowan, Banns Vale, Mount Hawke and Chapel Porth; 4 - Wheal Rose, The Poldice Plateway and Mawla; 5 - Mount Hawke; 6 - Mithian; 7 - Wheal C ...
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Category West Cornwall

'This is a circular walk so you finish back where you started. From Hugh Town and the main quay, boats leave to the other islands as well as the ferry service to the mainland at Penzance.'


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Category West Cornwall

'Heading north from Truro, the trail follows minor roads through the village of St Newlyn East before reaching Newquay, Cornwall's most popular holiday destination. From Newquay the route heads inl ...
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Category West Cornwall

The Tamar Valley Mining Heritage Project 'celebrated and told the story of the Tamar Valley’s rich mining heritage, which forms part of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World H ...
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Category East Cornwall

Zennor Churchway and Tinners Way 'This was my Spring 2011 project. It was inspired by Ian Cooke's excellent Tinners Way booklet, based on research by Craig Weatherhill and the late Hugh Mi ...
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Category West Cornwall

'The open spaces at Penrose are ideal to explore and learn about the history of the estate. Take a walk through the parkland from Helston to Porthleven and you'll experience amazing views of Loe Po ...
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Category West Cornwall

The Branch Lines are: [1] Atlantic Coast Line - - - : [2] Looe Valley Line - - - : [3]  Maritime Line - - - : [4] St Ives Bay Line - - - : [5] Tamar Valley Line - - - : [6] Tarka Line - - -: [7] Ea ...
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Category Cornwall

'A geological trail at Trebarwith Strand near Tintagel (3 miles)... Porthgwarra to Nangizal, Land's End (4 miles)'


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Category West Cornwall

'The Wilderness Trail is a walking trail which is made up of a mixture of public highways, public rights of way and permissive paths. It covers Open Access land and the five sites which ma ...
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Category East Cornwall

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