Activities in Cornwall
Enjoy Cornwall's beautiful countryside at your own pace.
South West Coast Path - Incredibly varied trail hugging the coast around the South West. The section along the dramatic Cornish coastline is 300 miles long.
The Saint's Way - This trail takes you through valleys, woodlands, pastures, moors and villages and covers 30 miles from Padstow to Fowey.
The Camel Trail - Arguably the most successful recreational multi use trail in the UK. 18 miles between Wenfordbridge, Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow.
The Camel Trail - As mentioned above, a fantastic multi use trail between Padstow and Bodmin (and almost completely level!).
The North Cornwall Trail - Follows the The Camel Trail out of Bodmin and continues into Camelford and then Bude. It eventually wends its way to Devon. Discover pretty little villages, stunning scenery and hidden corners.
The Cornish Way encompasses of all of Cornwall's multi use trails.
No need to bring your own bikes as there are plenty of places that offer bike hire.
Visit the Sustrans website for more cycling info.
Why not try exploring Cornwall in a slightly different way?
Harlyn Surf School - Sea kayaking tours around the stunning coastline. Also offer kayak hire.
Newquay and St Austell canoe trips - Taster days at either Newquay or St Austell.