Watch for traffic
Please be aware that this route is the main road leading to Cape Cornwall, please watch out for traffic.
Total steps: 3
Total steps: 3
Bus stop Cape Cornwall School, St Just, Penzance TR19 7LF.
From the bus stop outside Cape Cornwall School head down Cape Cornwall Road with the sea ahead of you.
At Boswedden House keep left to stay on Cape Cornwall Road, passing Cape Cornwall golf club until you see the cape in view ahead.
When you arrive at Cape Cornwall, you'll see the National Trust car park and facilities on your left and the cape ahead of you.
National Trust Cape Cornwall, St Just, Penzance TR19 7NN
Explore an ancient landscape steeped in mining history on this circular walk around Bosigran, Cornwall, with far-reaching coastal and moorland views.
Choose a clear night to take this short circular walk to the summit of the most south-westerly of the West Penwith hills and soak up the starry beauty of the dark skies.
A 4-mile cycle trail along Cornwall's Tin Coast between Botallack and Levant, which passes the remains of the area's industrial heritage.
Explore some of the finest landscapes in our care on coastal paths, accessible trails, woodland walks and everything in between. Find the best places to walk near you.
From strolls that reward you with stunning views of the South West coast to gentle inland meanders, these are some of the best walks in Cornwall.
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From Brisons Rocks to the iconic chimney stack, coastal walks and variety of wildlife, there is lots to see and do at Cape Cornwall. See the waves of the Atlantic crash into the Tin Coast or seasonal wild flowers and meadows. Part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site.
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Find out more about the National Trust’s ongoing partnership with Cotswold Outdoor as our exclusive walking partner.
On the wild Tin Coast, the famed Crowns engine houses cling to the foot of the cliffs. Part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site and Poldark filming location.