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Cornwall Walks

Updated on July 31, 2011

Cornwall Walks

Cornwall walks is a selection of walking routes I have completed in the county of Cornwall. The main areas covered include walks in St Ives, Cape Cornwall, Lands End, South West Coastal Path, Bodmin Moor, Polruan, Polperro, Looe, Fowey, Chun Quoit, Sydney Cove and other areas of the Cornish countryside and coastline. 

Cornwall walking routes cover farmland, steep valleys, hard hill climbs, coastal walks, ancient moorlands and short woodland walks.

 Walking in Cornwall is suitable for most walkers of any ability but there are some very rough tracks and rocky climbs and often requires sensible walking accessories, like walking poles or a full rucksack of outdoor gear, specialist trekking clothes and camping equipment, as you are not always close to public transport and have to wait considerable time for buses and trains.

 Cornwall walks, especially the South West Coastal Path, requires quality technical walking clothes and a sensible pair of walking boots or walking shoes are always recommended where there are many threats to a thoroughly enjoyable walk with unsteady surfaces and occasional potholes in the ground or muddy pathways on the cliff edges.

Please visit my Walks And Walking website for more walks in Cornwall and even more UK walks which are all free to read, print, walk and share. Happy Walking!


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