The Cornish Way multi-use trails
Last updated: 02/10/2013
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Over 200 miles of inter-linking trails connecting Bude to Lands
End, Excellent for daily travel, leisure and health.
Enjoy just a few hours on a trail, or explore all of The Cornish
Way, including the Camel Trail. Plan your day or be spontaneous.
Whatever you choose to do there is so much to be
enjoyed...distinctive landscapes, historic towns and villages,
sandy beaches, local festivals, art galleries and museums and a
host of other visitor attractions.
With mainly minor and rural road and traffic-free, off-road
routes there are opportunities for new or novice cyclists as well
as some challenging routes for the more experienced. Even if you
don't have your own bike, you can hire one for the day.
Trails of The Cornish Way:
Download a printable
map of the Cornish Way trails or view our
interactive map of the network.
The key on the left hand side of the page will identify what the
trails are and you can use the tools to navigate around the page
and zoom in and out.
For more information and individual maps of each trail please
The Mineral Tramways Trails
Lerghow an Kledherfordhow Moen (The Coast to Coast Trail, The Great
Flat Lode Trail and The Tresavean Trail)
An Hens Camhayl (Wenford Bridge - Bodmin to Padstow)
The First and Last Trail
An Hens Kensa Ha Dewetha (Land's End to Hayle)
Engine House Trail
Hens An Jynjyow (Hayle to Truro)
The Coast and Clay Trail
Hens An Morrep Ha´n Pow Pry (Truro to Bodmin via St Austell)
The North Cornwall Trail
Hens Kernow Gleth (Bodmin to Devon via Bude)
Hens Sen Peran (Truro to Bodmin via Newquay)