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West Cornwall
A network of trails across former mineral tramways in West Cornwall, free to use and open all year for walking, cycling and horse-riding.

Cornwall
Cornwall boasts a 300 mile section of The South West Coast Path and the sheer variety of the Coast Path means that there are plenty of gentle stretches as well as dramatic headlands, steep coastal valleys, sheltered estuaries, busy harbours, intimate coves, mo

West Cornwall
Tailor made walking holidays on the Cornish coast path from the local experts. Western Discoveries are based in West Cornwall, arrange self led walking holidays in West Cornwall and offer the complete package.

South Coast
This section of the AONB runs from Par along the coast all the way to Looe and inland up the river Fowey as far as St Winnow. It is unusual in that it takes in both the town of Fowey to the west and the village of Polperro in the east.

South Coast > Falmouth
An easy walk that can be done either way affording views south to the Lizard or East towards Plymouth. From Pendennis Point you can see up the river Fal and across to the Roseland peninsula.

North Coast
This section of the AONB runs from Bude some 30 miles to Pentire Point.  In the north, the surfing beach of Widemouth Bay gives way to the spectacular heights at Crackington Haven and High Cliff - the highest in Cornwall.

Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley
Bodmin Moor is situated between Camelford to the North and Dobwalls to the South with Colliford Lake found in the middle close to the A30 that runs through this upland landscape that forms an important part of Cornwall's Area of Outstanding Natural Beuaty.

North Coast
The Camel estuary covers seven glorious miles of  the River Camel from the town of Wadebridge, past Rock to Polzeath and out to the west, Padstow out to Hawkers Cove.