Walk - Gribbin Head and the Saints Way
6.6 miles (10.6 km)
Polkerris Car Park - PL24 2LT Polkerris
Moderate - The route is gently undulating along the cliff tops, with moderately steep climbs, one of which can be slippery underfoot when wet.
A fascinating walk with historical and literary associations as well as spectacular views. In springtime celandines, primroses and campion decorate the hedges and the thorn bushes among the vivid gorse on the heathland are decked in delicate blossom. In the autumn the heather adds its colour to the heathland as the trees in the woods are beginning to turn and birds and small mammals feast on the seeds, nuts and fungi and start stockpiling for the winter. Children will love the tower at Gribbin Head and the sandy cove at Polridmouth.