MEADOW VIEW GUIDED HIKES

FOWEY | CORNWALL

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Town Walk in Fowey, Cornwall

A walk around Fowey to explore the history, literary connections and hidden gems of this lovely Cornish town. All on made-up surfaces, so only general sturdy footwear and clothing required. Some moderate uphill sections involved, at a leisurely pace!

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Fowey Estuary "The Hall Walk"

A circular classic walk of 4 miles, including two ferries and spectacular views of the Fowey estuary.

A couple of climbs/descents but much of the walk is roughly level, contouring above the river and Pont Pill. We leave as foot passengers on the Bodinnick vehicle ferry and return on the Polruan foot ferry. Plenty of opportunities for cream teas or other refreshments on our return to Fowey. FERRY FARES INCLUDED IN TICKET PRICE.

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South West Coast Path, Polkerris & Fowey

A short bus trip to join the Coast Path at Polmear (NB on Bank Holidays this will be substituted with a cross country walk to Polkerris) then walk on rugged terrain across low cliff tops, crossing streams and visiting the tiny harbour of Polkerris. Many connections with Daphne du Maurier and her novels can be made on this headland. Climbing higher, we enjoy expansive views across St Austell Bay to Gribbin Head then return via Polridmouth Cove to Fowey, with a castle visit at the end of this 6 mile hike.

You will need suitable clothing and footwear for rugged terrain and all weathers, a water bottle (1 litre is recommended) and a rucksack or other suitable carrier.

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South West Coast Path, Par & Charlestown

A short bus trip to join the Coast Path at Porthpean then walk on rugged terrain across low cliff tops, crossing streams and visiting Charlestown's historic harbour - a Poldark filming location. Then back round St Austell Bay to Par at the end of this 5 mile hike.

You will need suitable clothing and footwear for rugged terrain and all weathers, a water bottle (1 litre is recommended) and a rucksack or other suitable carrier.

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Mevagissey Coast & Country Circular

Starting from Mevagissey on the Coast Path we walk on rugged terrain via Portmellon and Chapel Point. We return via a woodland Nature Reserve and the grounds of a 17th Century Manor, to Mevagissey for the end of this 4 mile hike.

You will need suitable clothing and footwear for rugged terrain and all weathers, a water bottle (1 litre is recommended) and a rucksack or other suitable carrier.

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Dodman Point Circular, Gorran Haven

Starting from Gorran Haven with a short cross country walk to join the Coast Path above Hemmick beach, we then walk on rugged terrain round the archaeologically interesting cliff fort at Dodman Point. We return above the stunning Vault beach to the harbour at Gorran Haven for the end of this 4 mile hike.

You will need suitable clothing and footwear for rugged terrain and all weathers, a water bottle (1 litre is recommended) and a rucksack or other suitable carrier.

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New Year's Day Walk in Fowey

A walk around Fowey to explore the history, literary connections and hidden gems of this lovely Cornish town. All on made-up surfaces, so only general winter footwear and clothing required. Some moderate uphill sections involved, at a leisurely pace!

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South West Coast Path, Lansallos & Polruan

A short bus trip to join the Coast Path at Lansallos (NB available weekdays only) then walk on rugged terrain across cliff tops, crossing streams and skirting above the stunning Lantic Bay with its white sands and turquoise waters. There are several moderate climbs (mostly with steps), totalling 360m of ascent. Pencarrow gives expansive views across St Austell Bay to Dodman Point and the Lizard on a clear day. Looking east, there are views towards Polperro and beyond. Optional visit to the well-preserved 14th century blockhouse at the end of this 4.5 mile hike.

You will need suitable clothing and footwear for rugged terrain and all weathers, a water bottle (1 litre is recommended) and a rucksack or other suitable carrier.

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Boxing Day Walk in Fowey

A walk around Fowey to explore the history, literary connections and hidden gems of this lovely Cornish town. All on made-up surfaces, so only general winter footwear and clothing required. Some moderate uphill sections involved, at a leisurely pace!

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Climb the Gribbin Head daymark tower

We will walk a beautiful 3.5-mile circuit from the National Trust car park at Coombe Farm, including part of the South West Coast Path, England's longest National Trail. Our route will gently rise over clifftops and pass rocky coves, sandy beaches and the exquisite Polridmouth Cove, the inspiration for Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca's cove. There's a wealth of wildlife to spot, literary connections to make and an OPTIONAL climb up the "daymark" tower which is visible for miles. This is open to the public on summer Sundays and manned by volunteers, so subject to availability.

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