organised walkes viewpoints points of interest etc in Cornwall
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Country Parks, Walks & Viewpoints in Cornwall

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Cornwall Country Parks, Walks & Viewpoints

Carnewas & Bedruthan Steps

nr Bedruthan, St Eval, Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 7UW
Tel: 01637 860563     E-mail: carnewas@nationaltrust.org.uk

Bedruthan Steps Photo © Eryka Hurst
Bedruthan Steps - Photo: Eryka Hurst CCL

 

Dramatic coastline with views over massive rock stacks. This is one of the most popular destinations on the Cornish coast, because of the spectacular clifftop view of rocks stretching into the distance across the sweep of Bedruthan beach (not NT). There are magnificent walks along the coast path between Carnewas and Park Head.

The Trust has rebuilt the cliff staircase down to the beach, but it is unsafe to bathe at any time and visitors need to be aware of the risk of being cut off by the tide.

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The Godolphin Estate

Helston, TR13 9RE
Tel: 01736 762479 (NT Warden) 01736 763194 (House and garden – not NT)      
Fax
: 01736 763689     E-mail: godolphin@nationaltrust.org.uk

Summit of Godolphin Hill Photo © Richard Thomson
Summit of Godolphin Hill -
Photo: Richard Thomson CCL

 

Historic landscape offering extensive walks with fine views. The Trust acquired this ancient estate of 222ha (555 acres) in 2000; improvements to public access continue to be made. From Godolphin Hill there are wonderful views over west Cornwall. More than 400 recorded archaeological features range from Bronze Age enclosures to dramatic 19th-century mine buildings.

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Godrevy

Gwithian, nr Hayle, Cornwall
Warden: 01872 552412     Car park: 01736 754510   
Countryside Manager
: 01208 265 228

Godrevy Sands Photo © Bob Jones
Godrevy Sands -
Photo: Bob Jones CCL

 

High cliffs and sheltered coves with sandy beaches. The Trust owns all the coastline from Godrevy to Navax Point.

The main beach below the summer car park connects to Gwithian Beach, forming an impressive sweep of unbroken sand around the edge of St. Ives bay.

Away from the bustle of the beach the coastal grasslands and heathland are rich with wild flowers and provide open access for miles of walking.

Seals are a common sight and guillemot, razorbill, fulmar and cormorant breed on the cliffs.

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The Lizard and Kynance Cove - Cornwall

Tel: 01326 561407 (Lizard countryside office) 01326 290384 (Lizard Wireless Station) 01326 241656 (Marconi Centre)    Fax: 01326 562882
E-mail
: lizard@nationaltrust.org.uk  


The Lizard and Kynance Cove -
Photo: Bob Jones CCL

 

Dramatic and historic stretch of Cornish coast. The Lizard is the most southerly point of mainland Britain and the turning point of one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world. The coastline on either side offers dramatic cliff walks, masses of rare wild flowers and fascinating geological features. The area played a key role in the history of modern communications. Marconi’s historic wireless experiments on The Lizard in 1901 are celebrated at the restored Lizard Wireless Station, Bass Point, and the Marconi Centre at Poldhu. Two miles north of Lizard Point lies Kynance Cove – white sand, turquoise water and islands of multi-coloured serpentine rock with stacks and arches hidden amongst the towering cliffs – long considered one of the most beautiful places in Cornwall.

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St. Anthony Head - Cornwall

Tel: 01872 862945     E-mail: stanthonyhead@nationaltrust.org.uk

St. Anthony Head Photo © Chris J Dixon
St. Anthony Head -
Photo: Chris J Dixon CCL

 

Headland with fine views over Falmouth Bay. At the southernmost tip of the Roseland peninsula, St. Anthony Head overlooks the spectacular entrance to one of the world’s largest natural harbours – Carrick Roads and the Fal estuary. The starting point for a number of excellent coastal and sheltered creekside walks, the Head also bears newly revealed remains of a century of defensive fortifications.

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