Goss Moor Multi Use Trail

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Goss Moor is a 480 hectare National Nature Reserve (NNR) which is owned and managed by Natural England.  There is a lot to see and do as you explore Goss Moor using the multi-use trail.

The 7 mile (c. 12 km) circular trail is mostly flat and relatively easy - much of it off road - allowing disabled and novice walkers and cyclists easy and safe access to the moors.  The trail is surfaced to be suitable for walking, cycling, horse-riding and for wheelchair or mobility scooter users and buggies. There are also additional and linking routes onto the nearby Tregoss Moor.

If you are using a wheelchair / mobility scooter you may need to have someone with you in some areas, as there are gates to open on parts of the trail.

Facilities and parking

Cost: Free 

Car parks: There are a number of car parks along the mutli-use trail.

Toilets and refreshments: Shops, places to eat or stay and public toilets can be found in the nearby villages.

How to get there

There are a number of ways that you can get to Goss Moor. Find out how to get there by train, bus and car below

You can join the Goss Moor multi-use trail at various points around the 7 mile route.  

Location

Please see our online mapping for Goss Moor location map

Public Transport

Train 

You can catch the train to St Columb Road station or Roche train station.  Both stations are on the Par to Newquay branch line.

From St Columb Road train station follow the village roads into Indian Queens taking a right from the station, crossing over the A39 and picking up the on-road section in Toldish near Pengorse Farm.

From Roche station you can pick up the trail in Roche town centre heading towards Tregoss.

Bus

Buses run to many of the nearby towns and villages including stops in Indian Queens and Roche. You can find information about timetables and tickets on the Traveline South West website or by phoning 0871 22 22 33. 

Travelling by car

From the A30: use the Highgate Hill Junction for Indian Queens and St Dennis; or the Victoria Junction for Roche. From St Austell and the south, take the B3279 to St Dennis.

There are small parking areas at the Screech Owl Sanctuary and near the level crossing north of Tregoss.

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