Some epic walks around the South West Coast Path and the rural bridleways.

The Cornish Coast Path from Carbis Bay to St Ives

The walk from Carbis Bay to St Ives has got to be one of our favourite stretches of the coast path in Cornwall. St Ives is world famous with visitors who return year after year, but its neighbour nestled in just beyond Porthminster Headland boasts a beach just as wonderful as Porthminster and Porthmeor. Carbis [...]

By | February 15th, 2017|Cornish Walks|0 Comments

A walk around the quaint fishing cove of Cadgwith

Cadgwith is one of those must visit Cornish Coves. With chocolate box style thatched cottages, a working fishing harbour and small rocky beach cove it is very popular with visitors to Cornwall and is the feature on many Cornish postcards. This circular cornish walk takes you past the rocky cliffside feature of The Devil's Frying [...]

By | January 30th, 2017|Cornish Walks|0 Comments

A circular walk through Porthcurno, Treen and Porth Chapel

Porthcurno is one of Cornwall's best beaches, with turquoise waters, sandy beach and regular summer sightings of basking sharks. Treen and Porth Chapel also fully embrace the Cornish beauty found in West Cornwall, so this walk really showcases some of the best sights in Cornwall. Walk Statistics Distance – 4 miles Time – 3 hour [...]

By | August 10th, 2016|Cornish Walks|0 Comments

Levant and Botallack mine walk

Levant and Botallack mine were two of the most famous of Cornwall's mines even before Poldark hit our screens. Levant is the oldest Cornish mining beam engine house and the Botallack mine houses are probably the most photographed! Here's a great circular walk to take in some of our mining heritage. Walk Statistics Distance – [...]

By | April 15th, 2016|Cornish Walks|0 Comments

Mousehole and Lamorna Cove Walk

Mousehole and Lamorna Cove are picturesque fishing villages drawing lots of visitors throughout the year. This walk will take you through the villages and along both the coast path and the farming bridleways and farm tracks. Walk Statistics Distance - 4 miles Time - 3 hours Difficulty - Moderate Facilities - At start Parking - [...]

By | March 19th, 2016|Cornish Walks|0 Comments

Men-an-tol and Nine Maidens Walk

Men-an-tol and the Nine Maidens make up part of Cornwall's rich stone circle, standing stones and hill fortification history. Dating back to ancient times these stones give us an understanding as to how ancient civilisations lived in Penwith. Walk Statistics Distance – 3 miles Time – 2 hours Difficulty – Easy Facilities – None Parking [...]

By | February 9th, 2016|Cornish Walks|1 Comment