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Walking Paths in West Cornwall

W est Cornwall is known for its dramatic landscapes and stunning coastlines. For those who love to get outdoors, the area offers a plethora of both challenging and casual walking routes, where you can reap in the natural beauty of the region.

Lands end

The South West Coast Path

One of the most famous hikes in West Cornwall is the South West Coast Path. This path offers mesmerizing views of the Atlantic Ocean from the rugged cliffs. The path takes you through iconic landmarks such as Land's End, where you can stand at the edge of the country.
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Sennen Cove and Land’s End Walk

This walking route is generally quite flat, making it perfect for a casual stroll. It’s also accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs. If you feel like taking a well-deserved break during the walk, why not pop into our pub restaurant in Sennen Cove and enjoy one of our award-winning beers.
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St Michael's Way Route

This ancient path, between St Ives and Penzance, was once a pilgrimage route that connected Cornwall to the iconic Mont-Saint-Michel in Normandy, France. The trail allows you to relive the footsteps of pilgrims who walked this route centuries ago.
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A UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Tin Coast Walk

The Tin Coast offers a fascinating blend of Cornwall's industrial history and stunning natural beauty. This UNESCO World Heritage Site features circular coastal walking routes that wind through former mining areas, where you can learn about Cornwall's tin mining heritage.
Moors and Ancient Sites

Penwith circular walking routes

The Penwith Peninsula is a haven for walking holidays. The circular walking route around the ancient site of Zennor Quoit and the captivating landscape of Lanyon Quoit are just a couple of examples of the ancient routes to be enjoyed.
Nature's paradise

Tregeseal Valley Trail

For a more peaceful and family-friendly walk, the Tregeseal Valley provides a serene escape, just south of St. Just. This hidden gem offers walking paths in West Cornwall that wind through lush greenery, making it popular with birdwatchers.


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