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Walking in Cornwall
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This guidebook includes routes to 40 day walks in Cornwall. From short, easy strolls to longer, wilder routes, there is plenty to appeal to both families and experienced walkers. The walks explore the interior and coasts, including walks through picturesque villages, old tin-mining areas and the Lizard and Lands End Peninsulas.
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Bodmin Moor 1. Kit Hill and Hingston Down 2. The Hurlers and the Cheesewring from Minions 3. Siblyback Lake 4. Twelve Men's Moor and Trewortha Village 5. East Moor and Fox Tor 6. Brown Gelly 7, Brown Willy from Priddacombe Downs 8, Brown Willy from Garrow Downs 9. Brown Willy and the source of the River Fowey from Bowithick 10. Rough Tor and Brown Willy from Poldus Downs 11. Bray Down and Leskernick Hill The North Coast 12. Sharpnose Point from Coombe 13. Crackington Haven to Dizzard Point 14. The Strangles and Cambeak 15. Boscastle 16. Tintagel and Willapark 17. Around Port Isaac Bay 18. Pentire Point 19. Stepper Point 20. Trevose Head 21. Kelsey Head and Cubert Common 22. St. Agnes Head and Beacon 23. Godrevy Point, Navax Point and Hudder Down Penwith and West Cornwall 24. The Hayle Estuary Nature Reserves 25. Trencrom Hill Fort 26. Wicca Pool and Zennor Head 27. Zennor Hill 28. Gurnard's Head 29. Hannibal's Carn, the Nine Maidens, and Men an Tol 30. Chun Quoit and Castle 31. Pendeen Watch and the Levant Mines 32. The Kenidjack Valley and Cape Cornwall 33. The Cot Valley from St. Just 34. Carn Kenidjack The Inland Mining Districts 35. The Porkellis Engine Houses 36. The Camborne Mining District 37. Carn Brea and Piece 38. Redruth and Gwennap Pit Land's End 39. Carn Brea, Carn Euny, and Bartinney Downs 40. Sennen Cove and Land's End 41. Around Gwennap Head and Porthcurno 42. Lamorna Cove and Valley from Mousehole 43. St. Michael's Mount from Marazion 44. Prussia Cove and Cudden Point The Lizard Peninsula 45. Porthleven and Trewavas Head 46. Halzepheron Cliffs from Cury 47. Mullion Cove and Predannack Head 48. Around the Lizard from Cadgwith The Cornish Riviera

About the Author

Graham Uney is based near Bala in the Snowdonia National Park. In addition to writing Cicerone guidebooks, he works as a freelance journalist for a number of outdoor and wildlife magazines. This is Graham's sixth guidebook for Cicerone, and is his 16th title overall. Graham also runs a small outdoor activity business, Wild Walks Wales, as well as skills courses for walkers and mountaineers. He's a qualified Mountain Leader (summer and winter), and is now working towards his Mountain Instructor Award.

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