Download your Cornwall preparation guide

Grab your hiking boots and spirit for adventure and discover Cornwall - a spectacular hiking destination. This is a land of dramatic landscapes, intriguing history, archaeological treasures, ancient pathways and Cornish pasties! From the vibrant fishing villages of Padstow and St Ives to the remote stretches of coast towards Land's End, you'll be rewarded every step of the way.

The rugged coastline of the South West Coast Path is a hiker’s paradise. Or choose a less-trodden path and follow in the footsteps of Irish and Welsh pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela along the Saints Way and Cornish Camino passing by mysterious Celtic crosses, standing stones and medieval churches.

Download our comprehensive preparation guide and get ready to experience Cornwall!

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Discover England's Best Coastal Trails

why you'll love walking in cornwall

Pack-free and local support
Daily luggage transfers and UK-based staff for emergency assistance - you're free to enjoy your walk!

Dramatic landscapes
Wild and dramatic coastline, lush fields, rambling moors, fishing villages flanking tranquil estuaries, wild surf beaches.

Rich history
Stone circles, ghostly remains of a once-thriving tin and copper mining industry, smugglers, legends of giants, and the religious legacy of Celtic Saints.

Food glorious food
Traditional pub grub, sophisticated seafood, cream teas, Cornish pasties, fish & chips, hand-made fudge and more!

Country cottages
Carefully selected guesthouses and historic pubs - a warm welcome and good comfort at the end of each walking day.

Iconic
Cornwall is home to the iconic South West Coast Path and the lesser-known but no less compelling Saints Way and Saint Michael’s Way.