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wandern
7 days ago

Really enjoyed this walk. Green lane is a muddy farm track so suitable footwear for that is advised. once you get down to the coast though it's stunning all the way through to lizard point. Nip into the cafe for some cake. Great way to end a walk.

Great little walk for a Sunday afternoon.

wandern
18 days ago

Great walk for everyone. Plenty of historic buildings, woodland trails and fantastic views back across Plymouth. Also a good challenging hill at the end.

Shorter version of the Bude Canal and Coast Walk about 4.5 miles

wandern
21 days ago

We went off piste with this walk and included the Norman church and Houses in Old Road then the headland at Penally making the walk 3.5 miles instead. Took 15 year old dog and was a struggle for him on the slippy slate but kept him on short lead which stopped him falling when he slipped. Great blow hole on Penally 1-2 hrs before low water

Such a lovely walk. I grew up in Cornwall but never did this walk before. Me and my partner walked it today and really enjoyed it. It was very muddy, but that was due to it being December 27th and it rained last night. I would recommend this to anyone. Met some really friendly people along the way too. I love Cornwall so much.

Nice views and a good mix of flat and climbs. Gets very muddy when wet.

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

What a lovely walk. Stunning views. A bit muddy in places but not a problem for good walking shoes. A put stop in the Carbis Bay hotel about half way helped. We are not avid walkers either so it’s not too difficult. A great way to spend a few hours.

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schlammig
2 months ago

A good trail between st mawes and st just, beware livestock and if it’s been raining then the path can be particularly muddy at points. Good run though.

Whilst it is a lovely hike, at the moment the second half of the walk around the lake is totally flooded. The first half is on a higher path and unaffected. It is possible to make your way around the higher paths in the second half though it will add distance. Lots of birdlife and good views, nice variation in the hike too.

Beautiful beach and dune walks close to the cliff edges and past seal colonies. Fifty shades of blue, green, yellow and brown-read. But also a huge detour through the backside of Hayle and along a busy road. Which also spoils the view on the river estuary. 1 star less because of that.

Beautiful colours of sea, rocksand plants. Especially when partly clouded and the sun bursting through every now and then. Very friendly people at the cost guard station of St. Agnes Head. In the last stretch before Portreath I wondered why the British Ministry of Defense has fields of couliflower growing. No answer yet...

wandern
schlammig
2 months ago

Great trail - very muddy in November but fun!!

wandern
schlammig
2 months ago

Good bracing walk from Padstow. Very muddy in places (November). Good views of estuary

Great afternoon walk nice stop off at Cawsands Nicely paced walk

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schlammig
3 months ago

A lovely walk. Looe bar has quite a few works going on when I did it. Started at Helston Car Park, which is free, and heading down what would be the left side as you head down towards Looe bar. Lots of birds on this walk and really enjoyed it.

Lovely walk through native woodland very peaceful, lots of wildlife along the route especially beside the river. Nice surprise to find the cycle hire shop selling coffees.

Beautiful walk with fantastic views. Encountered a few fields of cattle around the farms and although they were OK, we had to detour on the final part as they were surrounding the footpath and we had a dog.

wandern
4 months ago

Walked to the start from Marazion Caravan Club site and noticed that there was only parking for 2 cars in a small layby. Beautiful walk along quiet lanes and enjoyed our time at the castle. We took the ferry across £2 per person, dog went free as the tide was in. Returned across the causeway. We checked tide times and this worked out well because as soon as the causeway was accessible, there were masses of people crossing onto the island. Dogs were not allowed in the castle or gardens.

wandern
4 months ago

Parked at Penrose Hill National Trust car park (£2 donation for non members)and walked clockwise around Loe Pool finishing off with tea and cake at the Stables tea room. Beautiful walk with dog with plenty of opportunities for her to have a swim. No livestock or stiles and good underfoot although some care is needed over the far side of the lake where there were tree roots.

wandern
steinig
4 months ago

A really great trail, cows, horses, and amazing views. We stumbled upon it by accident when visiting Tintagel Castle, so we weren't in the most appropriate footwear, but managed it all the same in my vans :D

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überwachsen
4 months ago

Ran early September. Poor trail considering this is a recognised route. High overgrown paths, muddy, poor signage. One section takes you on a very fast and busy road with only an overgrown bank to step into to get out of the way of oncoming traffic. Would be dangerous to walk with children and very difficult with dogs due to the road section. The rest of the walk is ok but a little boring...get to the coast instead! Use insect repellent, conditions mean lots of midges!!

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