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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.

23 days 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.

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

Very good trail, the coastal route is spectacular. The inland route is a bit fiddly with some walking on quiet roads and a few stiles were in very poor condition. Took us about 4.5 hours with a few brief stops

1 month ago

A must for anyone who loves walking the Cornish coast, taking in some of the most breathtaking views anywhere in Cornwall.

Lovely walk, no minions (Disney) or cheese on route though

Cracking trail, great views and good times

Lovely streams and mini waterfalls through the glen. The main waterfall was closed as we went after 4.30pm but caught a glimpse on the way down. A little muddy in places after heavy rainfall and the climb towards the waterfall and cafe was quite steep.

I did this over a day and a half and it was simply spectacular. Continued on the 2nd day to Newquay. Can’t recommend hiking Cornwall enough.

Beautiful but quite tough trail along the coast . Lots of steps, but probably typical of a lot of the Cornish coastal path.

2 months ago

Beautiful walk with stunning scenery, we did want go a bit further so carried on around the coastal path to Church Cove & then took the path into Lizard from there.

2 months ago

Perfect trail with great walking conditions and a nice day out.

no shade
over grown
3 months ago

Overall, some great views with a relatively easy hike. The trail back however was quite overgrown with brambles leading to a bit of a tough slog. The trail also finishes on the road which is never a fantastic place to be in England. Would recommend this as an out and back rather than a loop.

Rough Tor review - use a map to get to Rough Tor car park. All dogs on leads due to sheep and cattle. Walk over small River Alan, crossing Roughtor Ford, a heavy granite bridge. To the right is a memorial to murdered girl Charlotte Dymond in 1844. (Read Pat Munn’s book to find out more). Ahead is the slope upwards to grand Rough Tor and Showery Tor. Granite Tor, easy going on clean turf surface. Bronze Age hut circles to the right and Bronze Age processional Avenue to the left. Take water and raincoat, poles. Use OS maps and chose your route, be aware of the way back if the weather closes in.

Nice little walk with the family. We did it in bad weather with no problems.

4 months ago

Tintagel Castle itself is closed for development work as at 4/6/19, but that shouldn’t put you off this energetic walk with beautiful views.

Beautiful sea views. Some steep and rocky stairsteps. Moderate fitness required. Worth the effort.

6 months ago

A great walk to do anti clockwise parking at the Crown (built 12C and definitely worth a visit by itself) in Lanlivry. The scenery and wildlife are stunning. The Logan stone Neolithic site is magical.

Fab walk, perfect Trail with easy access, and lake, sea and woodland views. Very large-dog friendly. Thank you for posting this Trail.

Lovely walk. Really enjoyed the route and the app helped to keep us on the right track.

The isles of Scilly is a great place to walk. You are never far away form the sea on this route as you might expect. Plenty of places to sit and watch the world go by.

Love this walk. The Cheesewring is definitely worth a visit and this walk makes sure you also take in a great walk across the moor. Lots of opportunity to see the remains of the industries that operated here too.

Monday, July 09, 2012

Lovely walk. There is a new cycle underpass now.

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