logo Walking Britain

Photos from Cornwall - Page 1

The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.

Page 1 of 2 -  Next

Images from the Walks
102701Round houses in Veryan.
102801The Neolithic tomb of Chûn Quoit
102802Remains of Botallack tin mine are dramatically located
102901Tintagel Castle is the focus of many legends
102902Coast between Tintagel & Boscastle
103001Looking back to the Fowey estuary from Gribbin Head
103002The Trinity House tower on Gribbin Head
103101Battery at Peak Point overlooking Gribbin Head, Polruan
103201Kynance Cove with Gull Rock and Asparagus Island
103301The South West Coast Path above Pudcombe Cove
107601St Gennys: from Thorn's Beach to Chipman Cliff
108101Rocks on Zennor Head
110401Porth Island and Trevelgue Head near Newquay
110402Watergate Bay north of Newquay
110403Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps
110404Porth Mear
110405View of Porthcothan Beach
122301View from South West Coast Path near Morvah
122302South West Coast Path west of St Ives
122303Bosigran Castle is a rocky headland
122304Rocky terrain between Morvah & Zennor
122305Rocky coast between St Ives & St Just
122306South West Coast Path east of Porthmeor
122307The rocks on Gurnard's Head provide a perfect resting place
122308Beyond Gurnard's Head terrain remains rocky to Carnelloe Cliff
122401Deserted farm near to the ancient monument of Men-an-tol
122402Men-an-tol is an ancient monument of some repute
122403Ding Dong mine lies on moors north of Penzance
122501Sennen Cove, near Land's End, is unspoilt
122502Sennen Cove with its broad sandy beach & harbour
122503A beach artist's work at the northern end of Whitesand Bay
122504Aire Point at the north end of Whitesand Bay
122505South West Coast near Porth Nanven
122506Cape Cornwall & derelict mine chimney
122507Ruined tin mine near Kenidjack
122508Cape Cornwall is topped by a derelict mine chimney
122509Botallack is littered with derelict mine buildings
122601Rugged coastline of Land's End Peninsula
122602Porthgwarra boasts a small sandy beach and rugged cliffs
122603Landmarks located on Gwennap Head
122604Gwennap Head is a climber's paradise
122605Mill Bay or Nanjizal has a small sandy cove
122606Rugged cliffs between Nanjizal & Land's End
122607Land's End is a visitor attraction
122608Dangerous rocks off Land's End
122609Land's End view to Cape Cornwall
154701A heavy swell at Porthcothan
154702Trevose and Constantine from Treyarnon
154703Trethias Island, Treyarnon Bay
154704Stinking Cove and Dinas Head
154705Minnows Islands near Porthcothan
154706Porthcothan Beach
180801The granite tors of Brown Willy
200101Coverack harbour is a pleasant place to linger
200301Cottage overlooking King Harry's Ferry
200302Ships laid up on the River Fal near King Harry's Ferry
200303The village of Cowlands with an oyster boat shed
200701The Helford River with a passenger ferry
200702Thatched buildings in the village of Helford
200703Gillan Creek near Helford

Return to Main Gallery List

Page 1 of 2 -  Next

Social Media

Follow Walking Britain for the latest news.

Facebook Twitter

CBD For Walking & Hiking

Discover the benefits of CBD for walkers and hikers. More info.

Mountain Weather

Stay safe on the mountains with detailed weather forecasts - for iOS devices or for Android devices.

Digital Mapping Guide

Digital Mapping Guide - a simple guide of how to start using digital mapping. Includes advice and useful links.