Across the Cotehele estate there are many miles of footpaths waiting to be explored. The 1,300 acre estate includes woodlands, fields, industrial ruins, flora, fauna and working farm buildings. Here are some of our favourite walks around the estate.
This gentle, circular walk is a great introduction to the native woodland and river views of the Cotehele estate.
This circular walk from Cotehele Quay takes you through Cotehele and Bohetherick Woods, exploring semi-natural ancient woodland and taking in the sensory experience of the river and trees.
This walk starts at Cotehele Quay and leads you through the fantastic Danescombe Valley to take in buildings from the rich mining history of this world heritage site.
Discover wildlife-rich woods, meadows and orchards as you explore a lesser known corner of the Cotehele estate, the Burcombe Valley, land recently taken back under direct management by the National Trust.
The Cotehele estate spans 1,300 acres and includes woodland and fields, industrial ruins, flora, fauna and working farm buildings.
The historic Cotehele Quay on the banks of the River Tamar is a great place to start exploring the wider Cotehele estate.