Winter walks in West Cornwall

New Years resolution all about getting outside? We've got a selection of winter walks for you stomp your way around and see perhaps some new parts of West Cornwall. From dramatic cliff top walks to panoramic views at the top of hills there's something for everyone in West Cornwall's countryside.

Large rocks and bracken on Godolphin Hill, looking north

Autumn walk up Godolphin Hill

Wrap up warm for a bracing walk up Godolphin Hill this autumn. On a clear day you'll be rewarded with stunning panoramic coast and countryside views. Treat yourself to a hot drink and slice of cake afterwards - a selection of which can be found in the Piggery tea-room.

Childrens' feet hanging from a tree branch

Porthcurno walk

Savour the special views of an aquamarine sea and white shell beach on this gentle circular walk with beautiful views and interesting flora and fauna.

Working Holiday participants enjoy a guided walk around Bosigran Farm, Cornwall

Bosigran walk

Take in the engine houses and enjoy the ancient landscape with its stunning coastal and moorland views.

View of Porthcew beach from Rinsey cliffs

Rinsey walk: underground, overground, air and sea

Explore the area around Rinsey, a mix of landscapes, including remains from the area's mining heritage.

Turquoise waters from Zennor Head

Zennor Head walk

Enjoy our easy trail which encompasses beautiful coastal scenery, mining, and the Peninsula’s flora and fauna.

The abandoned beam engine houses of the Crowns section of Botallack Mine near St Just, Cornwall

Botallack to Higher Bal walk

Enjoy a spectacular walk along the South West Coast Path and get a sense of just how great a mining industry this area once was.

View from Trencrom Hill

Trencrom Hill

A walk at Trencrom hill offers breathtaking views from the top, one to put on the list for those looking for a quiet walk with a view.