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Cycling in Cornwall - DIGITAL EDITION

Cycling in Cornwall - DIGITAL EDITION

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Breath-taking views, with wonderful places to stop and explore.

Cycling in Cornwall provides everything you need for a great day out. This guidebook is for leisure cyclists who want to explore Cornwall and get away from the crowds and off the roads.

  • Thirteen enjoyable, stress-free cycle rides ranging from 2 – 24 miles, covering 160 miles in total.
  • Rides for all abilities and ages.
  • Each ride is clearly described with points of information along the way.
  • Colour map for each ride plus .gpx downloads.
  • Graded from easy to challenging. Includes parking, loos, and places to eat.
  • Most rides are traffic free or feature quiet, country lanes.
  • Trails include the South-West Coast Path, The Cornish Way, the Camel Trail and the Mining Trails, amongst others.


Siblyback – Easy – 3.5 miles. Goss Moor – Easy – 7 miles. Marazion/Mousehole – Easy – 13 miles. Clays to Coast 1. Mevagissey/St Austell – Easy – 14 miles. Camel Trail 1. Bodmin/Padstow – Easy – 24 miles. Loe Bar – Easy/Challenging – 7 miles. Great Flat Lode – Moderate – 8 miles. Tin Trail – Moderate – 8.5 miles. Tehidy Estate and Beyond – Moderate – 10 miles. Clays to Coast 2. St Austell/Eden Project – Moderate – 11 miles. Camel Trail 2. Bodmin/Blisland – Challenging – 20 miles. Coast to Coast/Portreath Start – Challenging – 24 miles. Coast to Coast/Devoran Start – Challenging – 24 miles.

Pedal alongside the sea, pass ancient monuments, cycle through historic fishing villages and up across remote moors. Following gentle paths through rolling fields, to dramatic mining trails along the cliffs, these routes explore all that Cornwall has to offer.

Cycling in Cornwall is the latest title in the Cornish Walks series. This time we're exploring more of Cornwall and a little bit faster! Buy this book safe in the knowledge that you are in the hands of a local, with an established track record of popular and well researched guides.

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