Footpath Walks

Please don’t park in the hall car park if there is an event, you can check this, or book the hall for 12 pounds a session by phoning 01579 363901. There is a public toilet on the outside of the hall.

There is a doggy bin on the Trevigro Road by the 30 mph sign, plus further along on this road there is a layby for parking.

Writing this in July, there is a mixture of stock in the fields, from cattle, sheep and lambs and you may encounter other animals, including horses, donkey, goats, who knows, so keep all dogs under close control. Stinging nettles and brambles are growing fast as are the crops, take care. If walking in a group avoid trampling and damaging the crops (which includes grass) by walking in single file and keep to the edges. Leave all gates as you find them.

The Interactive map on Cornwall Council web site is useful for plotting your route. MAP

4.5 miler Treven, Mornick, Trewassick, Trewoodloe

Read the route directions before setting off, as there maybe options along the way. From the crossroads, Take the road signposted to South Hill. Passing Keadeen B&B. Go over the bridge, Phil Coles The Butcher is on the right and Coombe Small Animal Hotel. Pass the entrance to Trewassick on your left and around the […]Read More »

Footpath Walk: Trevigro to Penwarden

Another in our occasional series of local footpath walks: This walk is a bit of an enigma, which is why I have decided to write about it; perhaps a South Hill Connection reader will be able to fill in the gaps.Read More »

Footpath Walk - Wagmuggle to Browda

(third in our series on local footpaths) The footpath starts on the public road at Wagmuggle just past the cottage which is on the road from Kerney Bridge towards Mornick. There is a sign on the left hand side of the road. The path goes down a short incline and then crosses a stream which […]Read More »

Circular Walk from Golberdon

Another in our series of local walks – a 1 ½ to 2 hour circular walk around Golberdon taking in lovely views of Caradon, Cheesewring and Sharptor and walking along the bank of the River Lynher. Start at the Parish Hall in Golberdon and walk out on the road towards Trevigro (south). Take the second […]Read More »

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