Walks around the Parish - St Erth

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Walks in and around St Erth

There are many and varied walks in the area along the river, bridleways and footpaths, or just along the lanes.   To find out more see Walkers are Welcome below, visit Penwith Access and Rights Of Way PAROW and/or look at the OS map here.  In the meantime, if you are walking, cycling or riding around St Erth please be aware of the regulations for usage of the designated trails.



All can be enjoyed with family, friends or on your own.  The St Erth Family Activity Trail combines walking with fun incorporating a quiz, nature notes, potted history etc.  A hard copy may be obtain from the Village Shop or viewed and printed by clicking on the image.



Below are pictorial extracts from a few of the trails.

Battery Mill Lane Bridleway  |   The Green Lane   |   Stamps Lane   |   Little Mill Lane   |     |  Trewinnard to Tredrea Bridleway

Similar Trails for Hayle and Gwinear-Gwithian are also available here.

Do you have literature on St Erth Walks, Rides or Cycle routes that you would like added to this page?  If so please let us know at .

SUGGESTED ROUTED AND DETAILS OF MORE WALKS

Use the search facility on the right to find walks in the TR27 area posted on the Walk4Life website by the Walkers are Welcome Steering Group and others.  You can view and print individual walk routes drawn on the OS map together with the walk description documents for free from the Walk4Life site.


To find even more walks and learn about the heritage, flora and fauna of the Hayle area use the Discovery Map by clicking on the picture.

 

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