Goss Moor Multi-use Trail

Goss Moor is the largest remaining area of mid-Cornwall moorland and is a National Nature Reserve with a multi-use trail. The mostly flat valley basin is the source of the River Fal. The site is a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and also a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Goss Moor is home to breeding birds and a number of scarce insects including damselflies, butterflies and moths. The Moor is one of the main breeding sites in England for the Marsh Fritillary butterfly.

This 7 mile (c. 12 km) circular trail winds its way around the little known expanse of Goss Moor. It is mostly flat and relatively easy - much of it off road - allowing novice walkers and cyclists and the disabled easy and safe access to the moors. The trail is surfaced to be suitable for walking, cycling, horse-riding and for wheelchair or mobility scooter users and buggies.

Note: If you are using a wheelchair / mobility scooter you may need to have someone with you in some areas, as there are gates to open on parts of the trail.