Enjoy a scenic walk at Barras Nose, a headland at Tintagel, in the lee of the towering Tintagel Island and Castle ruins linked to the legends of King Arthur.
Plunge into this amazing rocky gorge-like valley to follow a tumbling stream to the sea.
This October half term, uncover over six hundred years of history, take a break from your coastal hike or find spooky symbols in the dark places of the house.
Enjoy a walk that takes in the spectacular Pentire Point and the Rumps.
Just a mile or so before you reach Polzeath, there's a sheltered valley where light woodland and scrub lead to a gem of a rocky bay, with sandy coves at low tide.
Traverse the cliffs around Boscastle before exploring the Valency Valley on this National Trust trail in Cornwall.
Spend the a short while walking around this beautiful natural inlet in the heart of north Cornwall by following our harbour trail.
A bright and airy café serves light refreshments and there is courtyard seating available to escape the bustle of the harbour.
This gentle walk is a great introduction to the magical, mature, mixed woodland and impressive parkland of the Lanhydrock estate.
As the seasons change the estate takes on a different look and feel. These are some of the things we like to do in Lanhydrock's woods, fields and riverside to make the most of these shortening days.
Essential information on horse riding in the parkland, fishing permits and helpful dates for dog walkers on livestock movements throughout the year.
Take your dog for a walk around the Lanhydrock estate.
If you prefer to eat al fresco, then choose from a selection of fresh dishes from our eateries or bring a picnic and enjoy lunch at your own pace. Here are our tips for perfect picnicking at Lanhydrock.
You can join in with parkrun every Saturday and once a year we host Lanhydrock 10 as well.
A simple, scenic walk from Respryn car park, taking in the fantastic scenery along the River Fowey and the old carriageway, with a variety of trees to look out for along the way.
Whatever your experience as a cyclist, there's bound to be a trail to suit at Lanhydrock. Enjoy the ride through woodland and choose from a range of flat or hillier routes.
Feeling adventurous? Why not explore the parkland and try to find the Victorian swimming pool? There's lots to see on the way and you might spot some rare wildlife too.
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