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A summer of activities in Cornwall

Hike iconic coast paths, surf England’s best waves, cycle old rail routes and explore desolate moors in the Southwest county’s diverse, adventure-inspiring landscape.

Active in Cornwall

On the beach at Polzeath, near Padstow



Britain’s longest national trail, the 630-mile route careers around the shores, taking in sparkling bays, perfect fishing villages and swathes of rural idyll. For a nine-mile day walk, tackle Portreath to Trevaunance Cove, which covers mining heritage, a surfer’s beach, sandy cove and 192m-high headland (


Ruined tin mines dot an atmospheric, mystical landscape of bogs, Stone Age sites and high tors (hills), making for a moody hiking environment. Highlights include walks from the ancient mining village of Minions, with its own stone circle, and the high tors of Rough Tor and Brown Willy. The best route for tackling Brown Willy is the car park at Poldue Downs, three miles south of Camelford.

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