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The Cornish Way Trails

The Cornish Way: Cycling and Walking Trails click here for a map, produced By Cornwall Council 2005
The Camel Trail: (Lergh an Kammheyl) One of the most successful multi-use trails in the uk click here for a map.

The trail provides access to the beautiful Cornish countryside along a disused railway line linking Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow.  An easy route, traffic-free, smooth surface and virtually level and safe for families.

The North Cornwall Trail: (Lergh Kernow Gledh) continues along the upper reaches of the Camel Trail click here for map. 

This challenging route passes through pretty villages and accross beautiful open moors. At Bude the route turns east and crosses into Devon and links into the National Cycle Network.

The Clay Trails: (Lerghow an Hwelyow) Thes 3-5mile long trails are ideal for family excursions. Click here for a map.

These easy to moderate trails explore China Clay country near St. Austell.  The Wheal Martyn and Bugle trails both lead to the Eden Project.

The Coast & Clay Trail: (Lergh Arvor ha Pri) A challenging trail from Bodmin round the coast to Truro. Click here for a map.
The St. Piran Trail: (Lergh Sen Pyran) A challenging trail from Truro to Padstow. Click here for a map.
The Mineral tramways Trails: (Lerghow an Kledherfordhow Moen) Three easy to moderate trails including the coast to coast Portreath to Devoran. Click here for a map.
The Engine House Trail: (Lergh an Jinnjiow) An easy to moderate trail from Truro to Hayle. Click here for a map.
The First and Last Trail: (Lergh Kynsa ha Diwettha) A moderate trail from Lands End to Hayle. Click here for a map.