Walks in Cornwall

What are the best walks in Cornwall? From the south west coast path, through villages, across moors and beaches, our guide will help you find the perfect hike.

Ducks and waterfowl swim on the tranquil waters at Argal lake near Penryn. The sky is red reflecting into the water.

Argal Lake Walk

Located in Mabe Parish, just a short drive (or 20 minute walk) away from Trewena, lies the gorgeous Argal lake. Popular with local anglers, dog walkers and runners, the lake has a circular walk of about 2 miles that straddles the shoreline and passes through woodland and meadows. Argal lake is nestled in a valley …

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Helford Passage walk

This walk takes in some fine estuary views, an old fishing village and some lovely secluded bays.  Distance: 3 miles (return) Difficulty: 2/5, good paths throughout although there’s a couple of steep sections around Durgan.  Our start point for this walk is the National Trust car park at Bosveal, from there head south towards the coast, …

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