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Cornwall Walks

Interactive walk finder - Cornwall

★ = GPS file   NP = National Park Walk

WalkDescriptionGradeMiles
2208Marazion - a town strolleasy1.00
2205Newlyn - a village traileasy1.00
2207Penzance - a town strolleasy1.50
2206St. Ives - a town strolleasy1.50
2730St Gennys & Castle Point from Crackington Haveneasy/mod3.00
1224Men-an-tol & Ding Dong Mine from Bosulloweasy3.00
2010Housel Bay & Bass Point from the Lizardeasy3.50
3325Chun Quoit & Carn Kenidjack easy4.00
2088Rosemullion Head from Mawnan easy4.00
1808Brown Willy, exploring Cornwall's highest Torseasy/mod4.00
2001Coverack & Lowland Pointeasy/mod4.20
1031Polruan & Lanteglos Churcheasy/mod4.25
2731Cambeak from Crackington Haveneasy/mod4.30
2009Gillan & Nare Point from Porthalloweasy4.70
1223Morvah to Zennor using the Coastal Pathmoderate5.50
3606Berry Down from St Neoteasy/mod5.60
1226Porthcurno to Land's End & Sennen Covemoderate6.50
2007Helford Passage & Frenchman's Creekeasy/mod7.00
1027Nare Head & Portloe from Veryanmoderate7.00
1225Sennen Cove to Botallackmoderate7.50
1030Fowey & Gribbin Head from Polkerrismoderate8.00
1032Kynance Cove & Cadgwith from the Lizardmoderate8.00
1076Dizzard Point & Crackington Havenmoderate8.00
1028Chun Quoit and Botallack from Carnyorthmoderate8.00
2342Gribbin Head & Polkerris from Polruanmoderate8.50
2614St Loy's Cove & Logan Rockmoderate8.50
1547Trevose Head & Constantine Bay from Porthcothaneasy/mod8.50
1029Tintagel to Boscastlemoderate9.00
2003Cowlands, Coombe & Roundwood Quay from Trelissickeasy/mod9.00
1104Newquay to Porthcothanmoderate10.50
3501Penzance to Porthcurno via Mousehole and Lamornamoderate11.00
1033Dodman Point & Gorran Havenmod/hard11.00
1081St Ives and Coastal Path from Zennormod/hard11.00
2616The moors and hills of Penwithmoderate14.00

 

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