Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Top 5 woodland walks in Cornwall

Woodlands can be enjoyed in all seasons and in most weathers if you dress accordingly. These are our top woodland walks in Cornwall.

Cardinham Woods, nr Bodmin
The 1.5 mile flat tree lined Lady Vale Walk is perfect for families and follows a stream flowing through the woods. There are also another 3 trails of varying lengths and gradients to choose from. There is a lovely children's play area and a visit to the delightful Woods Cafe is a must! http://www.forestry.gov.uk/cardinham
Tehidy Woods, nr Illogan
Tehidy Country Park is the largest woodland in Cornwall covering 250 acres and over 9 miles of paths including a circular walk which runs around the edge of a lake taking around 30 minutes. Little children will love feeding the ducks! Flat and with a lovely cafĂ© onsite for refuelling.
Idless Woods, nr Truro
A well-laid path stretching for 2.8 miles and framed by a variety of tree types offering climbing challenges for mini adventurers. Bluebells carpet the ground in the Spring. Scan the woodland floor for pine cones and nuts in the autumn. Look out for deer and otters.
Carnanton Woods, St Mawgan
A great woodland walk in the Vale of Lanherne along the River Menalhyl. Wander deep in to the woods as far as the ruins of Lawry's Mill then return for refreshments at the 16th century Falcon Inn or the village Tearooms. Look out for deer.
No.5 coming soon...still deliberating. Can you help? Do you have a favourite that's not above?

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