Walks in Devon and Cornwall

Dartmoor
Granite Tors on Dartmoor

Being a northerner most of my walking is naturally done in areas close to home but there are other parts of Great Britain which have a special attraction to me. The counties of Devon and Cornwall are such places for not only do they have fabulous coastlines and the iconic South West Coast Path to draw walkers from far and wide but they have many inland treats too such as Dartmoor, Bodmin Moor and Exmoor. I can't access them often but when I do I enjoy them to the full as this selection of spectacular walks demonstrates. And keep checking out this section, I aim to add more and more walks to it in the future.

Interactive map of the walks

Walk Miles Description
Bodmin Moor 11.0 A lovely walk on the north side of Bodmin Moor starting from Five Lanes to the heights of Brown Willy and Rough Tor.
Looe to Fowey 12.2 Bridge the two popular coastal towns on a twelve mile walk with Polperro a lovely halfway point for lunch.
Penzance to Land's End 15.2 Mousehole and Lamorna Cove are highlights of the day, before Land's End of course.
Coverack to Mullion 15.4 A quite long day on the South West Coast Path but there is the highlight of a visit to Lizard Point on the route.
Yes Tor and High Willhays 15.4 A wonderful walk from Sticklepath onto the wonderful landscape of north Dartmoor and a visit to it's inspiring twin peaks.
Mawnan Smith to Coverack 16.4 A moderate walk on a section of the South West Coast Path with a short boat trip across Helford River.
Kingsand to Looe 17.3 A 16 mile walk on Cornwalls spectacular south east coastline with Rame Head and Kereval Beach being highlights.
Mullion to Penzance 19.5 A spectacular section of the Cornish Coastal Path with disused tin mines and St Michael's Mount to enjoy during the day.
Portloe to Mawnan Smith 20.8 A fourteen mile coast path walk with the delight of a rest while taking the water taxi across Falmouth Bay.
Fowey to Portloe 28.9 A monster coastal walk for the super fit only, this 27 mile epic is a serious undertaking and a real challenge.
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