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Autumn on foot: A digital postcard from Cornwall

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Autumn on foot: A digital postcard from Cornwall

With one of the most scenic, and longest (over 300 miles) stretches of the South West Coast Path, and an inland path network of over 2,400 miles no walker could ever get bored in Cornwall. In this film Martin Hunt, a dedicated walker and keen general naturalist who runs guided walking holidays in Cornwall, shows why Cornwall is such a great place for walking.

Great places for food and drink along the SW Coast Path

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Great places for food and drink along the SW Coast Path

Discover food and drink along the South West Coast Path and find out why this National Trail is considered one of the world's best walks.

Geological highlights of the SW Coast Path

Geological highlights of the SW Coast Path

Discover the geological highlights along the South West Coast Path and find out why this National Trail is considered one of the world's best walks.

The South West Coast Path

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The South West Coast Path

Watch a video introduction to the South West Coast Path and discover why it's considered one of the world's best walks.

Route Description number three

Route Description number three

Trail:
South West Coast Path
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6 mile easy circular walk

Another route description

Another route description

Trail:
South West Coast Path
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Description:

6 mile easy circular walk

Contact the Trail Team

Contact the Trail Team

If you have an question or feedback about the Trail, we're keen to hear from you and happy to help.

Before you contact us though please take a look at the Trail Information section, or visit the South West Coast Path website which has more information about the Trail. 

New slate waymarkers guide the way for Cornish walkers

New slate waymarkers guide the way for Cornish walkers

24th April 2013

The sand dunes of west Cornwall attract thousands of local walkers and tourists every year, but with the traditional wooden Coast Path waymark posts often disappearing or ending up as firewood on a beach barbecue, the routes aren’t always as clear as they could be. 

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Waymarker between Hayle and Godrevy. Photo by Stephen Tew
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