As promised, here is my first instalment of Wildings Wednesday Wanderings (still working on that??) St. Mawes to St. Anthony’s Head and back, making the most of the Fal River Ferry services, this is a nice 3 mile (ish) walk, taking in some breath-taking views across our south coast.
Truro to St. Clement to Malpas circular walk, taking in Truro’s spectacular river, our secret hamlet of St.
PORTLOE – PENDOWER BEACH - VERYAN WALK 9 miles, circular, moderate START: Portloe Village car park, limited spaces during the summer season.
Offering a haven to wildlife within minutes of the city centre, the land known as Daubuz Moors was given to the citizens of Truro in 1977 by the Reverend CRS Enys of the Enys Estate to celebrate the Queen's Silver Jubilee and the Centenary of the City of Truro. Its six hectares of former water m
Heading over to my childhood playground for todays Where’s Wilding Walking. A breath-taking 4 ½ mile double-loop wander around Carne and Nare Head, immersed in history from the Second World War going all the way back to the Bronze Ages.
If you want to get out and about and blow away the cob webs then why not follow one of the Wildings Walks that we featured on our Facebook page in Autumn. Or you could discover a Truro Park and watch nature come back to life.
Whether you are meeting in your friends to enjoy the sunshine or on you lunch break, Truro's picnic scene is definitely worth checking out. Pack up your lunch and enjoy eating alfresco in the Cornish sunshine.
Brand New for 2021 Journey through Truro town, with a focus on the history and characters of Cornwall's capital. Join poet and historian Bert Biscoe for a choice of two walking tours of Truro:
Make your journey part of the adventure – from St Ives to the Tamar Valley Line, explore the best of Cornwall on the county’s great scenic railways.
If you are interested in the history of our Great Little City, come and buy a self guided walk from the Tourist Office and step back in time.