Walks in Cornwall
Cornwall is a great place to discover on foot. With the longest coastline in Britain, stretching over 433 miles, Cornwall has a staggering beauty that changes with every season.
Its ancient pathways, remote moorland hikes and cliff top walks make it a walker’s paradise. Whether you’re looking for a stroll across the beach, a long walk in a wooded valley, a hike across the moors, or an invigorating walk on stunning coastal paths, Cornwall’s got something for you.
Here you’ll find a selection of our favourite walks in Cornwall. They will take you through beautiful Areas of Natural Beauty (ANOB), along the stunning South West Coast Path, and through secret pathways and gardens that have been established by the fishermen, miners and farmers over the years.
This walk is an absolute must-do when visiting Porthtowan. The route takes you along the beautiful South West Coast Path, ending at the stunning beach of Chapel Porth in nearby St Agnes. Read more >
Explore one of Cornwall’s most iconic areas. This is one of the best walks in Cornwall due to its spectacular views of sea stacks over Bedruthan Beach. Read more >
This is a beautiful walk that takes you around Newquay’s stunning coastline, exploring the town’s twin headlands. Read more >
5 of our favourite dog walks in Cornwall, including Tehidy Country Park, Mount’s Bay, Trelissick Woodland Walk, the South West Coast Path and Perranporth Beach. Read more >
There are plenty of spectacular walks along the South West Coast Path. Here are a selection of our favourite near Towan Valley! Read more >
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