The Best Hiking Routes in Cornwall

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Land’s End Loop to Porthcurno When you hear the name “Land’s End” you would think that you’re in some Narnia adventureIt may not exactly be the same, but there is no denying that this is a hike worth takingThe hike has a total of 5.8 miles from Land’s End to PorthcurnoWhen you go towards Porthgwarra, you will end up at a secluded beach called NanjizalThis is one of the best-kept secrets of CornwallHere you’ll find an archway that was naturally madeJust peeking through it is a view of the Atlantic Ocean. 2Fowey to Polperro A bit longer than the Land’s End hike, Fowey to Polperro is about 7 miles each wayWhat’s great about this hike is that even if it’s tiring, the spots you will visit are very calmingYou will be starting off at Fowey which is a place with lots of yachts by the shorelineYou will also be able to walk around the cobbled streets enjoying your pastiesWhen you’re ready for the hike, just go towards the foot ferry to PolruanFrom here your hike starts.

In reality, this trek from Lizard Point to Mullion Cove is filled with steep walks and treks along the rocks



Tips For Choosing A Peaceful Campsite In Cornwall

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Camping in Cornwall needs to be one the very best ways to spend a vacation in the UK. As being unbelievably picturesque, Cornwall has one of the mildest environments in the UK making it a satisfying location to stretch out under canvas in an outdoor tents or park up in a caravan, camper van or motor house. There are hundreds of camping sites in Cornwall, found in all nooks and crannies of the county. Some campgrounds are close to the beach, some on high cliff tops, some in forests and some in rolling countryside or attached to working farms. These campsites represent a fantastic method to 'get back to nature' without being too far from a from necessary features, such as toilets and showers.