Walk - Stories of St Agnes and Chapel Porth

3.5 miles (5.7 km)

St Agnes Head, at the furthest West Car park by the NT interpretation board. St Agnes Head, at the furthest West Car park by the NT interpretation board.

Moderate - A moderate level of fitness, there are a few ups and downs along the route.

*please note this event has now sold out*

Date & time:

Friday 6th October 2017. 5.00pm-start. 7.15 pm-Estimated finish

Location:

St Agnes Head, at the furthest West Car Park by the NT interpretation board. Nearest postcode is TR5 0ST (this will, however, lead you to a farm nearby, not the car park).

Description:

Join local historian Roger Radcliffe and National Trust lead ranger Steve Sudworth for a circular walk from St Agnes Head to Chapel Porth. Laced with nature and the flow of the ocean, the walk will include stories of folklore, mining, shipwrecks and local characters in a two-hour exploration of this beautiful stretch of coastline finishing at Wheal Coates for sunset - of interest to people of all ages.

Difficulty & Terrain:

A moderate level of fitness, there are a few ups and downs along the route.

Participants:

Maximum 15 people.

*please note this event has now sold out*

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