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Cicerone Guides: Walking in Cornwall 40 Coast, Country and Moorland Walks

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Graham Uney(Author)
156 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guides: Walking in Cornwall
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  • Cicerone Guides: Walking in Cornwall ISBN: 9781852846848 Edition: 1 Paperback laminated cover (not waterproof) Aug 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

This guidebook offers walkers 40 half to full day rambles on the coasts and inland hills of Cornwall. With routes ranging from short, 2 mile strolls to longer walks of over 8 miles, as well as plenty of opportunities to combine routes together, this guide provides plenty of variety for walkers of all abilities.

The guidebook is divided into sections, including walks on Bodmin Moor (for which good navigational skills are required), the North coast, Penwith and West Cornwall, the Inland Mining Districts, Land's End and the Lizard and Roseland Peninsulas.

Cornwall has a lot to offer walkers; stunning coastal scenery and long stretches of wild moorland, with quiet estuaries cutting through high and rocky headlands. Birdlife and wildlife, from choughs to falcons to seals are found throughout the county, as are historical sites from the neolithic, to Iron Age hill forts and a long history of mining. The towns and villages of Cornwall, from the popular spots such as St Ives, Newquay and Padstow, to quiet inland hamlets and tucked away fishing villages are also included and provide perfect bases for going out to explore the country.

Alongside the 40 walking routes, this guidebook also includes plenty of practical information on getting to and around Cornwall, as well as details on each walk's distance, timing, terrain, ascent and nearest town. Throughout the walk descriptions, there are details of places of interest along the way, as well as annotated OS maps and stunning photography. The result is an ideal companion to stepping out and exploring the best of Cornwall.


Industrial heritage
Cornish language
Cornish fare
Getting there
Getting around
When to go
Information sources
Using this guide

Bodmin Moor
Walk 1 The Hurlers and the Cheesewring
Walk 2 Twelve Men’s Moor and Trewortha Village
Walk 3 Brown Willy from Priddacombe Downs
Walk 4 Brown Willy from Garrow Downs
Walk 5 Brown Willy and the source of the River Fowey
Walk 6 Rough Tor and Brown Willy from the north
Walk 7 Bray Down and Leskernick Hill

The North Coast
Walk 8 Sharpnose Point from Coombe
Walk 9 Crackington Haven to Dizzard Point
Walk 10 The Strangles and Cambeak
Walk 11 Boscastle
Walk 12 Tintagel and Willapark
Walk 13 Around Port Isaac Bay
Walk 14 Pentire Point
Walk 15 Stepper Point
Walk 16 Trevose Head
Walk 17 Kelsey Head and Cubert Common
Walk 18 St Agnes Head and Beacon
Walk 19 Godrevy Point, Navax Point and Hudder Down

Penwith and West Cornwall
Walk 20 The Hayle Estuary Nature Reserves
Walk 21 Wicca Pool and Zennor Head
Walk 22 Zennor Hill
Walk 23 Gurnard’s Head
Walk 24 Hannibal’s Carn, the Nine Maidens and Mên-an-Tol
Walk 25 Chûn Quoit and Castle
Walk 26 Pendeen Watch and the Levant Mines
Walk 27 The Kenidjack Valley and Cape Cornwall
Walk 28 The Cot Valley from St Just

The Inland Mining Districts
Walk 29 The Porkellis Engine Houses
Walk 30 Carn Brea and Piece
Walk 31 Redruth and Gwennap Pit

Land’s End
Walk 32 Carn Brea, Carn Euny, and Bartinney Downs
Walk 33 Sennen Cove and Land’s End
Walk 34 Around Gwennap Head and Porthcurno
Walk 35 Lamorna Cove and Valley from Mousehole

The Lizard and Roseland Peninsulas
Walk 36 Porthleven and Trewavas Head
Walk 37 Halzephron Cliffs from Cury
Walk 38 Mullion Cove and Predannack Head
Walk 39 Around the Lizard from Cadgwith
Walk 40 Zone Point
Appendix A Route summary table
Appendix B Useful contacts

Customer Reviews


Graham Uney is based near Bala in the Snowdonia National Park. In addition to writing Cicerone guidebooks, he works as a freelance journalist for a number of outdoor and wildlife magazines. This is Graham's sixth guidebook for Cicerone, and is his 16th title overall. Graham also runs a small outdoor activity business, Wild Walks Wales, as well as skills courses for walkers and mountaineers. He's a qualified Mountain Leader (summer and winter), and is now working towards his Mountain Instructor Award.

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Graham Uney(Author)
156 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
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