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Walks in Cornwall: September

A selection of our favourite walks to try on the North Coast this September.

As the kids go back to school and the peak season comes to an end we’re starting to look forward to our favourite month in Cornwall. The warm temperatures and the peace and quiet make it the best time of year to explore Cornwall on foot.

We love these walks on the South West Coast Path. Will you try any this September?


Porthkidney Sands

Distance: 2 miles
Difficulty: Easy

A pretty little walk that follows the railway line above St Ives Bay. Look out for the wild flowers and the wide variety of birds. This area is known as a feeding and roosting habitat and lies beneath the bird migration routes which traverse the peninsula.


Mullion Cove to Lizard Point

Distance: 6.9 miles
Diffculty: Moderate

This walk is the perfect excuse to visit the beaches at Mullion Cove, Kynance Cove and Pentreath. Great for dogs and children, there are plenty of features along the way which will keep the young and old occupied.

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Constantine Bay to Mawgan Porth

Distance: 7 miles
Difficulty: Moderate to challenging

A stunning walk along one of the most dramatic stretches of coastline in Cornwall. This walk is especially good for dogs as it passes several dog friendly beaches and dog friendly eateries. Take a look at our favourite dog walks in Cornwall here.

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