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Walking Leaflets

To order any of our leaflets and booklets, please browse the selection below, make a note of the title and price, and call Boscastle Visitor Centre with your order. 
Staff are available from 10 -5 every day on 01840 250010.  Payment can me made by credit or debit card.

Boscastle Walks & Guides
These guides and trails will help you make the most of  your visit to this beautiful 'seaside parish'.
For detailed information click here.

Tintagel Walks & Guides
Guides to help you explore this beautiful coastline.
For details of guides click here.


Coast Path Walks
These helpful leaflets contain a map and essential notes to aid your walk along the coast path from Marsland down to Bedruthan.  It is always worth asking about buses between the sections so that you need only walk one way. We always suggest that you catch the bus first so that you don't have to run for the bus at the end of a strenuous walk.
For detailed information on our Coast Path walks, please click here.


Circular Walks
Circular walks are always popular, as there is no need to retrace your steps. Ranging from 3-7 miles long, they are delightful treks allowing you to see the character and atmosphere of our coast and countryside.
For detailed information on our circular walks, please click here.


Village & Town Trails
There are trails available to take you around many of the north Cornish towns and villages including Boscastle, Port Isaac and Tintagel villages so that you can learn more about their history and maybe visit bits of the villages you would not otherwise find.
For detailed information on our Trails, please click here


Bude Canal Trails
Explore Bude Canal and the Bude Valley via the Canal path, country footpaths and quiet lanes.
For detailed information please click here.


North Cornwall Geology Book & Geological Trails
These trails explore some of the fascinating and varied geology of the area and incorporate some of its inudstrial history.
For detailed information please click here.


The Saints Way
This companion guide is designed to enhance your enjoyment of the Saints' Way route which crosses mid-Cornwall from coast to coast, a journey of just under 30 miles.  Recently publicised in The Telegraph, it was named in the top five pilgrim routes in Britain.  Information available here.


Camel Trail Leaflet

Click here to download this leaflet produced by Cornwall Council 

Wildlife abounds in the area. In spring and early summer the cliffs, valleys and hedgerows are a mass of colour with the many flowers. If you enjoy bird watching then the choice is yours. Walk up one of the wooded valleys and you are likely to see a dipper bobbing along in the streams and rivers. Or look in to the trees for nuthatches and long tailed tits. The lists goes on and on. Walk on the cliff top and you will see a wide variety of sea birds from fulmars to shags, razorbills to oyster catchers. Walking on the cliff top there is always a chance that you will spy the odd seal or basking shark. Dolphins often pass by and if you are lucky you may spy the unusual sunfish.