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I ask people why they have deer heads on their walls. They always say because it's such a beautiful animal.... I think my mother is attractive, but I have photographs of her. — Ellen DeGeneres

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The scenery, flowers and birds, coupled with your wealth of knowledge, really made for a super few days. It was so nice spending time taking it all in, without the need to rush to the next destination. The dynamics of the friendly group merely added to the enjoyment. The week went all too quickly so, who knows, I may return for more! Do thank Ceri for the lovely sandwiches and the chickens for the eggs!

- Maureen N, UK.


mullion to polurrian view
mullion to polurrian view
poltesco 2
poltesco 2
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
mullion harbour in the mist
mullion harbour in the mist
gillan creek
gillan creek
polurrian cove standing on the fault line
polurrian cove standing on the fault line
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
up from caerthillian cove
up from caerthillian cove
serpentine on kennack sands
serpentine on kennack sands
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
church cove gunwalloe
church cove gunwalloe
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
lloyds building southernmost point
lloyds building southernmost point
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
rill point to kynance cove
rill point to kynance cove
porthallow beach
porthallow beach
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
kynance cove 2
kynance cove 2
looking back to porthleven and gunwalloe
looking back to porthleven and gunwalloe
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
porthleven 1
porthleven 1

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A few files that might be of interest to you the walker.

What you need to bring with you on a walk

I spent three great years 2005-8 at the Uni of Exeter, Cornwall campus under the Institute of Cornish Studies doing an MA to get an academic view of what Cornwall is and has been and will be. This is my dissertation on how the partners involved with Cornish landscape and management, especially on the Lizard peninsula, view the importance of management, and what influences them.

A manifesto of sorts to give you an idea of our approach to walking. This not only applies to our 7 night 5 day walking holiday but also to our Lizard walking holiday and all our day walks. We love walking, we live walking.

 
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