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"My vicinity affords many good walks, and though I have walked almost every day for so many years, and sometimes for several days together, I have not yet exhausted them. An absoutely new prospect is a great happiness, and I can still get this any afternoon. Two or three hours’ walking will carry me to as strange a country as I expect ever to see. A single farm-house which I had not seen before is sometimes as good as the dominions of the king of Dahomey. There is in fact a sort of harmony discoverable between the capabilities of the landscape within a circle of ten miles’ radius, or the limits of an afternoon walk, and the three-score-years and ten of human life. It will never become quite familiar to you". - Henry David Thoreau

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I want to say again thank you so much for making my first visit to Cornwall in more years than I care to remember so memorable.

– Helen M, UK

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Self guided walks in Cornwall free download

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Free Walking Guides

Welcome to some free downloadable walks in Cornwall around the Helford river, Fal Estuary and the Roseland Peninsula on these pdf's.

Why not use them on our Falmouth Walking and Music Festival Saturday 24th September to Sunday 2nd October? More details to come.

There are many options of walks to choose from with choices from short 3 mile walks to 7 mile circular walks.

All I ask is that you give me feedback and maybe even join us on facebook and twitter

Just spread the walkitcornwall word and maybe even join us on a Cornwall walking break or to Corfu and Menorca abroad.

Walking is also about getting lost and joining up the places at the periphery of ones knowledge. Plus gaining an innate sense of direction and "being" (it needs further elaboration which is on ongoing major driving force and reason for this website but trust me) but with these pages and guided walks you can get lost within safe boundaries. 

To start, click on the text of the walk you want. It will open up a page with directions on. No map but OS Explorer maps 105 and 103 will bwe your guides too.

Here is another walk that I wrote up for a magazine a while back and there will be more

Durgan circular walk

Takes in Helford Passage, Trebah Gardens, Durgan, Rosemullion Head, Carwinion woods and Budock Vean Hotel for a cream tea. There's lots of other quiet beaches with lots of flora and fauna and rock pooling to be done. Peace and quiet.

 
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