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Walking in Cornwall - Autumn

Autumn is a wonderful time of year to explore Cornwall on foot, from coastal footpaths, to trails following fast flowing streams in woodlands, or Cornwall's industrial heritage.


  • Golden brown beech leaves...
  • ...through dappled light...
  • ...walking through leaves...
  • ...enjoying the clear light...
  • ...twisting moss covered branches...
  • ...following a leat from past Cornish mining days...
  • ...twisting meandering paths through the trees...
  • ...admiring the beech leaves...
  • ...a walk at Luxulyan
  • ...or Golitha Falls...
  • ...with a rising pace...
  • ...to become quite a roar
  • ...there are many falls to explore...
  • ...in the autumn

Padstow Circular Walk

The walk into Padstow is just over 2 miles from Trevorrick and well worth doing. There is an option to make it a circular walk by chosing to come back along the 'other side' of the creek to us and crossing the creek at Little Petherick (rather than the Iron bridge on the Camel Trail) that makes the walk around 5.5 miles and takes in even more beautiful countryside as evident in these photos.