Camel Trail

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Statistics and Files
Start: Padstow
Distance: 18 miles (29 km)
Grid Ref: SW920752
 
Climbing: 555 metres
Walk time: 7-9 hours
Days: 1

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Camel Trail is a multi-user trail in Cornwall which avails of two sections of disused railway line, the first from Padstow via Wadebridge and Boscarne Junction to Bodmin and the second from Boscarne Junction to Poley's Bridge on the edge of Bodmin Moor. The Padstow to Wadebridge section is along the River Camel estuary with the rest of the trail being mainly through woodland. From the start in Padstow the trail goes via Little Petherick Creek, Ball Hill, Oldtown Cove, Pinkson Creek, adebridge, Guineaport, Treraven Wood, Polbrock Bridge, Grogley, Boscarne Junction, Dunmere (Bodmin), Park Wood, Penhargard Castle, Lower Helland, Hellandbridge, Shell Woods, Tregaddick, and Wenford Dries to the finish at Wenfordbridge.


Useful Links:
Cornwall Council
Wikipedia
Sustrans Camel Trail Guide
Long Distance Walkers Association


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