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Best Walking Routes In Cornwall

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Best Walking Routes In Cornwall

Best Walking Routes In Cornwall

The south Cornwall shore supplies a little easier walking compared to the north. Here are ten of the best routes to choose. These walking routes pass through in sandy beaches, historic sites and areas for viewing wild animals.

The Camelford Way

The walk gets in Camelford's market square and then complies with a footpath to the River Camel. The path then follows the river along a woody valley to Fenteroon Bridge. The return course is on footpaths through areas and finally passing along Camelford's high road.

Newlyn to Penzance

The seafront boardwalk at Newlyn creates a charming walk, and also both the lido as well as the art gallery are well worth a visit. This part of Mount's Bay.  It affords bird's-eye views back throughout to St Michael's Mount and also is the landmass home of the Scillonian ferryboat.

St Tudy to Wetherham

The walk begins with the village of St Tudy. Follow this across  fields as well as timberland to Wetherham Manor.  Then return along with a country lanes and also footpaths to St Tudy, enabling the last stop at the St Tudy Inn.

King's Wood and Pentewan

The walk comes down to the valley floor as well as complies with courses along the bottom of the valley. It eventually emerges next to the St Austell River as well as joining the Pentewan Valley Trail. 

The route then follows the path along the floor of the valley to Pentewan. The return route is along the St Austell River. It follows into the King's Wood parking lot. Afterwards, it progresses along a walkway complying with the meandering stream up the valley.

Poundstock to Penfound

The walk starts alongside the church in Poundstock and also passes the Gildhouse. The course follows lanes through the tiny hamlet of Treskinnick Cross.  It then goes down into the valley at Newmill where it adheres to the stream to Penfound Manor. From here, the route follows a lane back to Poundstock.

Porthcurno to Logan Rock

Porthcurno is a classic Cornish beach. The gold sand is bordered by a host of oddly formed rough outcrops.  It's assumed that this is exactly what provided the place with its Cornish name-- "cove of horns". Upon the western side of the coastline is the Minack theatre.  Walk throughout the day you could appear as well as have a walk around. The seaside course to the eastern of Porthcurno is the actual star of the route. This winds along the cliff side towards the Logan Rock.

The Lizard coastal walk

The Lizard peninsula is one of the most southerly areas of mainland Britain. It also on a blustery winter's day it is exposed and exhilarating. There are surprise treasures on this course, such as Kynance Cove, house to an excellent little cafe. 

This area is well-known for its wildlife, and also seals and also basking sharks could typically be seen. The views from this stretch of Cornwall are stunning: the coast starts to soften from this factor east, so maximise the imposing cliffs.
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