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Levant Mine and Beam engine view towards Pendeen Watch, near St Just, Cornwall
Discover Cornwall's mining heritage at Levant Mine | © National Trust Images/Sue Brackenbury

Trewellard to Levant Mine walk

This 1-mile walk from the bus stop in Trewellard will take you to Levant Mine and Beam Engine. From here you could take a walk along the Tin Coast looking for wildlife along the way, join a guided tour and learn about the important mining history at Levant, or enjoy a picnic looking out to sea.

Total steps: 4

Total steps: 4

Start point

Trewellard Arms, Trewellard, Penzance TR19 7SD

Step 1

From the bus stop walk down the road with the Trewellard Arms on your left.

Step 2

Turn right onto Levant Road following the brown National Trust sign to Levant Mine and Beam Engine.

Step 3

Follow Levant Road all the way down, with the sea and chimney stack ahead of you.

Step 4

Arrive at Levant Mine and Beam Engine.

End point

Levant Mine and Beam Engine, Levant Road, Trewellard, Penzance TR19 7SX

Trail map

Trewellard to Levant Mine walk map
Trewellard to Levant Mine walk map | © Crown copyright and database rights 2013 Ordnance Survey

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Trewellard, Pendeen, near St Just, Cornwall, TR19 7SX

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