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Walks from the track in South East Cornwall
...coves and through wide open fields, resulting in a mixture of easy strolling and some more strenuous walking. In some places the path twists and climbs to heights with spectacular views, especially on...
Boscastle Farm Shop - A Short Circuit
...cove at Pentargon, including now a glimpse of a waterfall that plunges down the cliff from the bottom of the valley to the cove. The waterfall is the result of long-term coastal erosion eating the cli...
Padstow to Porthcothan
...Cove, before leading you out to the Atlantic Coast. The path can become narrow in places and is quite rocky around Constantine Bay. Walking round Trevose Head, one of Cornwall’s most prominent headlan...
Gribbin Head
...coves woodlands and wild flower rich grassland. Famed for its association with Daphne du Maurier and the setting of many of her books this area offers breathtaking natural beauty combined with the her...
Bolt Tail & Burleigh Dolts
...Cove, as they all sought shelter from storms at sea. Reaching the cove required careful navigation, though, and the deadly rocks around this part of the coastline were responsible for many shipwrecks....
Porthcurno and Penberth
Porthcurno and Penberth A cliff walk high above turquoise seas and sandy coves, once the heart of Britain's overseas communications, passing a tiny picturesque harbour and an important promontory ...
Penzance to St Ives - Day 4
...Cove and on past the disused mine to skirt around the front of the fields beyond. West Penwith has been designated an Environmentally Sensitive Area, covering over 9000 hectares of wild moorland, ext...
Coleton Fishacre
...Cove. Local explorers John Davis and Humphrey Gilbert operated from the River Dart between 1578 and 1605. John Davis discovered the Falkland Islands, while Humphrey Gilbert colonised Newfoundland, l...
The Merry Maidens
...Cove and St Loy's Cove. Paynter's Cove is named after the Paynter family, who owned Boskenna for many generations before it was sold in 1957. Author Mary Wesley lived in Boskenna for a number...
Mousehole to Lamorna and back
...Cove. Lelant-born author Rosamunde Pilcher set many of her novels in Cornwall, and they have been extensively adapted for stage and screen. Lamorna Cove provided some of the breathtaking Cornish scen...
Portreath to Hayle
...coves, such as the wonderfully named Ralph’s Cupboard, apparently a favoured smugglers spot for stashing loot. After just a couple of steep climbs the Path soon levels and walking becomes fairly strai...
St Ives to Pendeen
...coves and back up again. This is a particularly difficult section and there is a real feeling of remoteness here, unlike any other part of the Coast Path. The landscape is beautifully wild and rugged ...
Polperro to Portwrinkle
...coves and through wide open fields, resulting in a mixture of easy strolling and some more strenuous walking. After Looe, the Path passes through the holiday village of Millendreath and opens up again...
Gribbin Head and the Saints Way
...cove at Polridmouth. Starting at Polkerris Car Park walk down to the beach where you join the Coast Path passing seaward of the Lifeboat Café. From here turn left up a slipway and after 50 metres ta...
Godrevy Head
...Cove (there is no access down the cliff to the cove), a path leads off on the right, returning you to the car park. Alternatively the walk can be easily extended with a gentle stroll onwards along the...
East Portlemouth & Gara Rock
...Cove. Just before you reach Small's Cove a footpath heads through the edge of the trees on your right and climbs gently up to East Portlemouth, giving you a shortcut back to the car park at the st...
Porthallow and Nare Point
...Cove and Fletching's Cove. Passing Snail's Creep, carry on to Nare Head, ignoring the inland paths en route. The path passes through an arch of tamarisk, a Mediterranean salt-loving plant wit...
Valley of Rocks Woodland Walk
...cove at Lee Bay. Ignoring the path down to the cove, as well as the one up into the woods, stay with the road as it turns abruptly right and starts to climb. Pick up the footpath to your right shortly...
Pentire Point & The Rumps
...Cove. Ignore the next path heading inland here, and stay with the Coast Path as it starts to travel east, and follow it past Downhedge Cove and Carnweather Point towards Lundy Bay. As you approach Lun...
Cligga Head
...cover of darkness by smaller boats for the transfer of goods. The smaller boats would then go to one of two dangerous landing sites near Cligga Head and west of Droskyn Point. At Droskyn Point there w...