Fancy a challenge? ...but a challenge with amazing, memorable views and experiences?
Walk the Trail has split the entire 630 mile coast path down into 3 partsCommencing from St Ives, the Land's End Peninsula with its unspoilt heather covered moors and rugged granite cliffs, passing engine houses, chimneys and winding gears - important reminders of Cornwall's tin mining heritage - along the way. Pause at dramatic Lands’ End...next stop America!
Be enthralled by the magnificent Minack Open Air Theatre, which perches dramatically on the cliff edge of Porthcurno, pass through picturesque, pretty Mousehole and bustling Newlyn harbour before arriving at vibrant Penzance in the far west of Cornwall, close to beautiful St Michaels Mount, the walk moves on to the unspoilt Lizard Peninsula, with smugglers coves aplenty before crossing the tranquil Helford River to bustling Falmouth.
Then cross the water on to Roseland Peninsula, un-crowded even in the height of the season, one of the most picturesque and unspoilt areas within the United Kingdom.
A rugged roller-coaster walk now begins, along the Cornish Riviera from Portloe to Looe; easy walking along scenic clifftops, through coastal woodland and country parks. Pass through the ports of pretty Mevagissey and atmospheric, historic Charlestown, and beautiful Daphne du Maurier country surrounding Fowey, before entering Devon and the vibrant city and naval port of Plymouth.
Walk the Trail offers 3 itineraries along this route to cater for all levels of walker. If, you feel that you'd like something different, just ask.
All our holiday packages include:
Our holiday packages do not include:
Recommended dates to walk this route
This itinerary is walking longer distances each day than most walkers choose.
At 630 miles long, the South West Coast Path to most is considered too much to walk in one go. But, if you'd still like to complete it and have over 2 weeks spare you may want to consider walking 1/3 of the path.
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There are 2 river crossings on this day. Gillan Creek is tide dependent, and a short ferry is required to cross Helford River.
Two ferry crossings are required on this stretch.
Due to a lack of accommodation in Par, it may be necessary to accommodate you elsewhere and include transfers to and from the accommodation.
A ferry is required between Fowey and Polruan.
Please be advised that there is limited accommodation in Portwrinkle and this may be sourced nearby.
A ferry is required between Cremyl and Plymouth.
The following items are optional and can be removed to reduce the cost of your holiday.
13 Days / 14 Nights 14 miles daily avg
Number in Group: 2
Based on Two people sharing a Double or Twin Room
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