Hiking in Cornwall is limitless. The South West coast path alone stretches a whopping 200+ miles and has been trodden on by experienced hikers, walkers and wandering pilgrims for thousands of years, awestruck and inspired by the county’s free spirited beauty.
And challenging landscape; the army regularly opt for the rugged Cornish landscape to test soldiers stamina and endurance.
Whether its a challenging climb up a rocky tor on Bodmin Moor, a summer trek around the mystical ‘Land’s End’, or a guided walk through the labyrinthine woods of Luxulyan, there is no end to the diverse hiking potential of the Cornish landscape.
Below you will find all the information you need on hiking and trekking in Cornwall, including details oninstructional hiking courses for all ages, hiking lessons, hiking schools, hiking clubs, and hiking shops.
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