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Walks in Cornwall

South West Coastal Path

South West Coastal Path

Where else can you walk along 630 miles of such superb coastline? The heritage, wildlife, geology and scenery along the way are truly inspirational and every day walking it brings stunning new experiences.

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Carbis Bay to St Ives

Carbis Bay to St Ives

Distance: 1.2 miles (2km) Difficulty: Easy. This very gentle stroll travels above the railway line, with spectacular views over St Ives Bay. People have lived and worked here since Stone Age times, and there are relics and stories of the past throughout including prehistoric field systems, a Celtic saint's medieval chapel and a fishermen's lookout hut, as well as shipwrecks, railways, mining and a twentieth-century novelist. Take the train back to Carbis Bay from St Ives station

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Hayle to St Ives

Hayle to St Ives

Distance: 6.1 miles (9.8km) Difficulty: Moderate The route from Britain's oldest swing bridge leads you along roads following the Hayle Estuary. You are able to take small detours in places in order to reach the muddy flats which are home to many different species of birdlife. The Path also follows part of the ancient pilgrim route called St Michael's Way which led pilgrims across Cornwall from Lelant to Marazion, near Penzance. Follow the railway line to St Ives before arriving at the large, sheltered expanse of golden sand that is Porthminster Beach.

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West Cornwall Bike Hire

West Cornwall Bike Hire

Bike Hire for all the family from just £10 per bike. Helmet, locks and local cycle route map free with every rental. Bikes for all sizes and ages. Choose from Mountain Bikes, Road Bikes or Hybrids. Child Seats available.  Free delivery to St Ives Holiday Village for 4 bikes or more. Book at Reception or call 01736 755493.

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Bude to Crackington Haven

Bude to Crackington Haven

9.8 miles (15.8 km) Difficulty: Strenuous. A mixed terrain from grassy paths to some of the steepest valleys on the South West Coastal Path. This walk provides you with wide, open views of the Atlantic from high cliff top paths.

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Widemouth to Bude

Widemouth to Bude

The walk follows the coast from Widemouth Bay to Bude, passing Phillip's Point Nature reserve to the watchtower at Compass Point. The route then turns inland at the Bude breakwater and follows the canal from the sea lock into Bude. The walk continues along the canal towpath to Helebridge and then follows footpaths over fields from Whalesborough to the coast.

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Bude Canal Walk

Bude Canal Walk

6 miles. Difficulty: Moderate.A gentle stroll along Bude's historic canal, through a peaceful pastoral landscape with a wealth of wildlife, returning via the Coast Path with its tremendous sea views. An excellent walk for children.

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Pondtsock to Penfound

Pondtsock to Penfound

3.2 miles (5.1km) Difficulty: Easy Start from Poundstock Church and follow the lanes through the small hamlet of Treskinnick Cross before dropping down into the valley at Newmill where it follows the stream to Penfound Manor – the oldest inhabited house in England.

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