Autumn Walks in Cornwall

Godrevy by Richard Clegg

Mount Edgcumbe Circular 

This walk, chosen by our friends at the South West Coast Path, takes you through the beautiful Mount Edgecumbe Country Park, plenty of places to kick up the leaves, spot interesting fungi and just enjoy the great outdoors. 

The Saint's Way; Padstow to Fowey.

Make a weekend of it and walk from Padstow to Fowey across Cornwall on this 27 mile route. From the wide Camel Estuary to the rugged hilltop of Helman Tor and onto Fowey's deep harbour, beloved by yachtsmen, this is a walk that offer great variety.

The Bude Canal

At nearly 6 miles long, this walk in North Cornwall shows off both the inland landscape of the area and the dramatic coastline. Great for nature lovers and those who want a walk without too many uphill sections, the section following the canal is also suitable for wheelchairs and buggys.

Godrevy Head

This short walk has great views across St Ives Bay, and out the lighthouse on Godrevy Island. You may be lucky and see some seals and migrating seabirds heading south. To extend the walk we like to park at the National Trust carpark by the cafe and walk along the coast to the start of this walk.

The Mines under the Sea

Explore the area where much of the mining scenes in the Poldark TV show were fimed with this audio trail created by the Cornish Mining World Heritage team. Even if your not into industrial history, the views are stunning, especially if the sea is a bit choppy!

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