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Hayle to St Ives
Hayle to St Ives 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 ar...
St Ives to Pendeen
...Ives to Pendeen A fairly gentle walk out of St Ives to Clodgy Point soon becomes a strenuous journey of roller coaster climbs as the Coast Path plunges down towering cliffs into beautiful coves and ba...
St Ives Town Trail
...Ives Town Trail A gentle stroll around the St Ives waterfront and back through its narrow cobbled streets, taking in some of the features from its extensive maritime history as well as the haunts of t...
Carbis Bay to St Ives
...Ives 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 p...
St Ives- Penzance
...St. Michael’s Mount appears like a mirage on the horizon and is well worth a visit as an additional short walk at low tide from nearby Marazion. Itinerary Day 1: St Ives to Zennor (7.5 miles  - inclu...
Lelant Station - St Ives
...Ives A walk to blow away the cobwebs, travelling alongside the railway line high above St Ives Bay, through an area rich in ancient history, from Stone Age times to the nineteenth century, when lookou...
Penzance to St Ives - Day 4
...Ives - Day 4 Penzance to St Ives 4-day hike - Day 4: Gurnard's Head – St Ives An invigorating walk along the wild and windswept cliffs between the romantic, rocky shoreline and the stone-walled pa...
Penzance to St Ives - Day 2
...Ives - Day 2 Penzance to St Ives 4-day hike Day 2: Porthcurno – St Just A trip through the spectacular granite cliffs around Land's End, with their crags and gullies and their castle-like buttress...
Penzance to St Ives - Day 3
...Ives - Day 3 Penzance to St Ives 4-day hike Day 3: St Just – Gurnard's Head A journey through one of Cornwall's most illustrious mining areas, (now a key part of the Cornish Mining World Herit...
Penzance to St Ives - Day 1
Penzance to St Ives - Day 1 Penzance to Porthcurno from Penzance Railway Station A tour of history ancient and modern, with breathtaking scenery that has inspired many artists. This walk also passes t...
Porthoustock & St Keverne
...ives over the centuries, while inland the tiny village of St Keverne achieved its own fame as the birthplace of not one but two historical Cornish rebellions! From the car park at Porthoustock beach ...
St Agnes Head
St Agnes Head Walk with giants around the colourful St Agnes scenery, featuring blue seas and purple-and-yellow heathland, with wide-ranging views over green pastureland from the top of St Agnes Beaco...
AGM Member walks 2022
...Ives) arriving at Carbis Bay at 10.30am. We will then walk along the Coast Path through St Ives and continue west to Hellesveor Cliff returning on an inland route to St Ives. From there you can choose...
Godrevy Head
...Ives. As you walk along, keep an eye out in the water for grey seals playing and hunting for fish in the surf, and for the pod of bottlenose dolphins that are often seen further off-shore in St Ives B...
Walks from the track in North Cornwall
...Ives 42.8 miles in 5 days at a leisurely pace This walk takes you from the heart of the British surfing industry in Newquay to the artist’s haven of St Ives, passing various sandy beaches and secluded...
Clodgy Point
...Ives is famous for its art and artists, Porthmeor is particularly rich in art history. As well as the Tate St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Gallery, there are the Porthmeor Studios. Origina...
Porthkidney Sands
...ives players a range of challenges. It is especially known for the warm welcome it gives to visiting players. The earliest written reference to St Uny church was in 1170, when it was mentioned as '...
St Levan
St Levan An easy walk eastwards from Porthgwarra through the heathland to St Levan, where the medieval church perches high above the fifth-century saint's original chapel and the bracken-clad hill...
West Cornwall
...Ives, an old fishing port of medieval origin. Beyond St Ives the coast encircles two great peninsulas: Penwith, the westernmost part of England, and the Lizard, the southernmost. Both have a unique ch...
Carbis Bay Station - Lelant
...ives players a range of challenges. It is especially known for the warm welcome it gives to visiting players and it has a restaurant with full facilities. The earliest written reference to St Uny chur...