Guided hiking in Cornwall is a chance to get closer to nature.
Discover Cornwall’s extraordinary wildlife and explore the secret coves and beaches, dramatic cliffs, wild open moors walking with one of our experienced local guides.
Our guides take you away from the well-worn tourist routes and using local knowmledge bring the Cornish identity to life. You will be able to witness first hand its iconic wildlife, an ancient landscape whose history stretches back to the time of the legend of King Arthur. We pride ourselves on delivering an experience you won’t find in the usual guide books.
Cornwall offer some of the best Britain’s best wildlife, landscape, scenery and coast. Home to the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site an Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in it’s own right with National Nature Reserves and Special Areas of Conservation.
Over 300 miles of the South West Coast Path can be found in Cornwall,the longest coastal trail in Britain. It is the best way to explore and discover the amazing wildlife and inspiring environments found in the far west of England.
What can you expect from our tours?
We create unique hiking itineraries for indivuduals, couples or groups large and small. We provide the best local guides to enhance your walking experience. We’ll collect you from your accommodation or arrival point in luxury transport, transfer your luggage to the next accommodation during your tour.
We operate all year round across Cornwall and the wider south west providing the opportunity to experience the special wildlife through all 4 seasons.
St Ives to Penzance – 6 day
Starting point: St Ives – Finishing point: Penzance
Avg. daily distance: 8 miles / 13km
Total distance: 40 miles / 63km
Terrain: Up and Down
Walking grade: Challenging
St Ives to Penzance is the most remote section of the South West Coast Path and offers some challenging walking and unmissable views.
Day 1: Travel to St Ives
Day 2: Walk St Ives to Zennor (7 miles / 11km)
Day 3: Walk Zennor to Pendeen Watch (7 miles / 11km)
Day 4: Pendeen Watch to Sennen Cove (9 miles / 14.5km)
Day 5: Sennen Cove to Porthcurno (6 miles / 9.5km)
Day 6: Porthcurno to Penzance (11.5 miles / 18.5km)
Day 7: Depart from Penzance
Starting point: Penzance – Finishing point: Falmouth
Avg. daily distance: 12.5 miles / 20 km
Total distance: 63 miles / 100 km
Terrain: Cliff path
Walking grade: Moderate
Day 1 : Travel to Penzance where your first nights accommodation has been booked.
Day 2: Penzance to Porthleven. 13 miles (21km)
Day 3: Porthleven to Lizard. 13 miles (21km)
Day 4: Lizard to Coverack. 11 miles (18km).
Day 5: Coverack to Helford. 13 miles (21km)
Day 6: Helford to Falmouth. 10 miles (16km)
Day 7: Depart from Falmouth after breakfast.
Padstow to St Ives – 6 day
Day 1: Travel to Padstow where your first nights accommodation has been booked.
Day 2: Padstow to Porthcothan. 13 miles (21km)
Day 3: Porthcothan to Newquay. 11 miles (17.5km)
Day 4: Newquay to Perranporth. 11 ½ miles (18.5km)
Day 5: Perranporth to Portreath. 12 ½ miles (20km)
Day 6: Portreath to Hayle. 12½ miles (20km)
Day 7: Hayle to St Ives. 5 ½ miles (9km)
Day 8: Depart from St Ives after breakfast.
Westward Ho! To Padstow – 6 day
From North Devon to Padstow “The Food Capital of Cornwall”. A challenging walk but one that rewards with some spectacular views and magnificent high cliffs.
Day 1: Travel to Westward Ho! where your first nights accommodation has been booked.
Day 2: Westward Ho! to Clovelly. 11 miles (17.5km)
Day 3: Clovelly to Hartland Quay. 10½ miles (17km)
Day 4: Hartland Quay to Bude 15 miles (24km)
Day 5 : Bude to Boscastle. 16 miles (22.5km)
Day 6: Boscastle to Port Isaac. 13½ miles (21.5km)
Day 7: Port Isaac to Padstow. 12 miles (19km)