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A medium length walk with some steep climbs through woods.
Walk across high moor above River Erme passing ancient oak woodland of Piles Copse.
A long and interesting walk mainly over flat countryside but some of the footpaths en route are currently quite badly overgrown.
A straightforward walk over flat farmland to Warborough and beyond towards the Wittenham Clumps.
This easy circular walk leading to Dinnas and Trevose Heads provides a way to discover this beautiful section of the coastal path including Booby's Bay, Stinking Cove and Mother Ivey's Bay.
Easy walking through flat country around Berrick Salome.
A fairly easy walk from Ye Olde Swan at Woughton on the Green that follows the Grand Union Canal to Campbell Park, returning via Woolstone. All on surfaced paths.
A long and interesting walk through Crowsley Park with only a few uphill sections.
A medium length walk over fairly flat terrain through two adjacent villages and surrounding woodland.
A medium length walk over fairly flat terrain through woodland and across fields.
This circular walk using the famous section of the South West Coast path next to Bedruthan Steps explores as well a beautiful arch rock next to Hight Cove and Porth Mear before you go back using quiet paths in the valley which leads to Pentire Farm.
A long and very interesting walk with a number of interesting sites to see with one (optional) steep climb.
A fairly long walk but with no steep hills or other challenging obstacles.
A short and pleasant walk over flat terrain with a pub break on the way.
Easy walking through village streets, commons, woodlands and fields with a few short uphill stretches.
A short walk through a quiet valley known as Stony Bottom.
A medium length walk through undulating farmland and the BBC’s Crowsley Park.
Adventurous walk with steep hill climbs and a winding woodland path.
Easy level walking and solid underfoot throughout.
Easy walking with some mild hill climbs and busy road.
This short circular walk explores this beautiful headland, an Iron Age promontory rock with 360° viewpoint between Porth Beach and Watergate Beach.
This circular walk from Newquay explores the Coastal path leading to these two headlands with beautiful views towards Newquay Bay, the famous Fistral Beach and Crantock Beach.
This nice circular walk is an alternative and shorter loop at high tide when it is impossible to walk along the Gannel Estuary. During this alternative path, you will discover Crantock Beach, the coastal path along the estuary and Penpol Creek before you go back using paths across fields.
This pretty long circular walk from Cubert village goes inland following a stream next to Penhale Dunes and continues exploring a section of the coastal path along beautiful beaches including Holywell Beach and Poly Joke Beach. You will admire as well the Gannel Estuary and Pentire Point East from Pentire Point West. The return route uses Cubert Commons paths and tracks.
This circular walk provides a good way to discover Crantock Beach, the Gannel estuary wildlife and a few paths inland. However, be careful, the entire loop can be walked only at low tide because you need to walk the Gannel Estuary for almost one mile! At high tide, you can walk the small loop named "Crantock Beach and Penpol Creek from Crantock" if you want.
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