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This circular walk explores the coast next to Cambeak and Tremoutha Haven by the South West Coast path from Crackington Haven to The Strangles. Then you will use peaceful paths inland along a stream in East Wood.
This circular walk mostly using the South West Coast path explores Forrabury Stitches, Willapark and Penally Point which overlooks Boscastle Harbour. Then you will walk Pentargon Cliff and will take a panoramic path going back to Boscastle.
This circular walk explores the stunning cliffs using the coastal path close to Tintagel Head and goes back to Tintagel by the gorgeous Rocky Valley using paths inland.
This nice walk explores Bodmin Moor using paths next to Little Rough Tor until you reach Brown Willy summit (420m) with spectacular views. The return way uses mainly pretty flat tracks and goes past Fernacre Stone Circle.
It's an easy family walk in Bodmin Moor leading to stunning 360° viewpoints from Showery and Rough Tors. It's a lovely place to enjoy the colors of sunset as well!
This short circular walk from Trebarwith Strand provides a good way to admire Penhallic Point, Hole beach, Backways and Lill Coves from the coastal path.
This circular walk with ascents and descents From Duckpool Bay uses the South West Coast path along Warren Gutter and Stowe Cliffs. Then, you will discover peaceful woods and Coombe Valley inland.
This short walk with ascents and descents explores Stowe Woods and Stibb Woods. You can visit Stowe Barton Farmhouse and Coombe village on your way.
This is an easy family walk around Upper Tamar Lake. On your way, you can even use bird-watching facilities!
This short circular walk provides a good way to visit the famous fishing villages, Port Isaac and Port Gaverne using the coastal path, typical lanes in Port Isaac and paths inland during the return way.
This very short walk offers some wonderful views of Port Quin and Doyden Castle.
This beautiful walk provides a good way to discover Pentire headland following mainly the coastal path. On the way, you will discover beautiful points and coves with great views, especially at sunset !
This easy walk (but with a few steep sections and stiles) mainly uses paths and tracks across Deviock, Quarryhill and Hurstocks woods. You can also see Wheal Glynn mine, an old silver and lead mine in ruins, during this pleasant walk.
This short and easy walk from Trebetherick explores the beautiful coast next to the River Camel estuary leading to Brea Hill viewpoint. You finally go back to the village exploring the lovely St Enodoc Church on your way.
This circular walk from Stoke provides a good way to discover Hartland Quay surrounded by impressive cliffs and contorted rock layers. Then, the return route goes past an old lookout house in ruins and follows Abbey River.
This easy and quiet walk in a loop mainly explores woods around Hartland village.
This short walk close to Lellizzick offers great views towards the mouth of the River Camel and Pentire Point. You will also reach beautiful coves and cliff holes including Harbour Cove, Butter and Pepper holes.
This is a very short walk and quite flat in a loop which leads to Eldern Point (Liberator Bomber crash site) using the coastal path. Go back to the beautiful East Titchberry farm by tracks inland.
This circular walk explores the gorgeous coast next to Hartland Point (the most Northwesterly point in Devon) and follows the South West coast path along impressive Smoothlands and cliffs. Then, you take quiet paths inland close to Blegberry and Blagdon Farm.
During this varied circular walk with ascents and descents (can be very slippery during wet conditions), you will walk across Beckland Wood, then discover Brownsham cliff along the South West Coast path before going down to Mouthmill beach. The way back uses tracks in Brownsham Wood.
This easy, pleasant walk provides a way to discover this magnificent late Victorian country house, following paths in gardens, woods and along the River Fowey.