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Cornwall
The countryside is for everybody, and despite the fact that Cornwall tends to be pretty hilly, and many of its paths uneven, there are still a good number of places accessible to all...

West Cornwall > St Just
£200.00 per person
Always wanted to learn the art of Rock Climbing? Crag 2 Mountain’s Guided Rock Climbing experience is the perfect opportunity to climb Dartmoor’s impressive granite Tors. With your own personal instr

Cornwall
Experience the best of Cornwall’s popular spots or venture ‘off the beaten track’ with Viv Robinson, experienced Cornish Blue Badge Guide on foot, by coach, or with guide and  driver in chauffeured driven car.

West Cornwall
Take an exciting walk or boat trip into the past with Heritage Adventures and discover West Cornwall’s fascinating history with local archaeologist, Jeanette Ratcliffe.

West Cornwall
Caer Bran is an important multi-age hillfort site near Sancreed in West Cornwall, which contains archaeological remains from both the Bronze Age and Iron Age periods. It is now owned and managed by Cornwall Heritage Trust and is a stunning location to visit.

Mid Cornwall > Bodmin
Goss Moor is the largest remaining area of mid-Cornwall moorland and is a National Nature Reserve with a 7 mile mainly flat multi-use trail which is nearly all off-road but surfaced.

West Cornwall
The wild rugged moorland and coastline of West Penwith is enjoyed on this walk from Cape Cornwall to the artists haven of St Ives. It’s only 16 miles in length, but those keen on walking could turn around at St Ives and return via the South West Coast Path.