Discover 28 beautiful country walks around Cornwall with the OS Pathfinder Guidebooks, graded by length and ranging from just over 4 to 11 miles.
Make the most out of your next trip to Cornwall! All walks in this book include written directions, an extract of the OS map for the area, and some background on the history and natural environment you may see.
Most of the walks avoid busy roads and are designed for day trips and holidays. There are notes on parking, pubs, and things to see on the route. They also handily include GPS waypoints to help you confirm your location.
Many of the walks in this guide use sections of the Cornwall Coastal Path, including one that visits Land's End, a route around Daphne Du Maurier's estate, and the Saints way.
This is one of a series of books with great walking routes covering the most popular and scenic areas of Britain.
Walks in this book:
Mylor, Restronguet Creek, and the Pandora Inn
Men-an-tol, the Nine Maidens, and Lanyon Quoit
Prussia Cove and Cudden Point
West Pentire, The Kelseys, and Holywell Bay
Lerryn and St Winnow
Porthcurno, Porthgwarra, and St Levan's Church
Polruan and Lanteglos
Helford, Little Dennis, and Manaccan
Efford Down and the Bude Canal
Land's End and Nanjizal from Sennen Cove
Falmouth Bay and the Helford River
Hawker Country -Morwen-stow & Masrsland Mouth
Mount Edgecumbe, the Sound and Cawsand
The Cheesewring and Kilmar Tor
Around St Agnes
Little Petherick Creek, Dennis Hill, & Camel Trail
Polkerris, Radymoney Cove, and Gribbin Head
Stepper Point from Tevone
Looe, Kilminorth Wood, and Talland Bay
Portloe and Veryan
Lizard Point, Kynance Cove, and Cadgwith
Dizzard Point, St Gennys, and Millook Water
Chun Quoit, Pendeen Watch, and Botallack
Lamorna, St Loy's and the Merry Maidens
Zennor to St Ives by Coffin Path
Trebarwith and Delabole
Tintagel, Boscastle, and St Nectan's Glen
The Dodman, Gorran Haven, and Portmellon