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26 Jul 2017
“Trouble finding the trail head at St Ives”
17 Nov 2016
“A great coast to coast walk through Celtic pre-history.”
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Reviewed 27 July 2017 via mobile

My wife and I hiked every weekend in preparation for this hike. We started in St Ives, to Penzance to Marazion to St. Michael's Mount. First landmark was Knill monument. People showed us the way and that we couldn't miss it. We missed it. Ended...More

2  Thank William M
Reviewed 17 November 2016

We began our walk from Marazion, crossing the marshes and then continuing to Ludgvan and the moors. (free coffees in Ludvan village hall at 10.30 if you travel on Wednesday). Stunning views of St Michael's Mount and the bay, ancient fields, woods, streams and standing...More

2  Thank Sennenboy
Reviewed 7 October 2016

Down in St. Ives so decided to walk this route. Some great views along the way. I found the path a little hard to follow at the start. Either sign posts had been removed or we missed them or there wasn't enough. However, the second...More

5  Thank Haltyboy
Reviewed 7 October 2015

I hadn't planned to follow this path, but noticed it on an Ordnance Survey map and thought it offered an opportunity for me to enjoy the countryside between St Ives and Penzance. I've learnt now that I walked it in reverse; I think the idea...More

5  Thank srosewall
Reviewed 22 September 2015

Then the cameras battery failed!. This Hill fort overlooks pretty much all of the Hayle area plus off toward St.Ives and back a fine view of the farmland and Mounts bay,so, if like us you are of an age and capability,take the coach route to...More

Thank RoyL65
Reviewed 21 May 2015

Did this walk for charity and it was hard going at first but well worth all the hard work. Beautiful scenery and a walk back through Marazion marshes. would recommend.

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Reviewed 26 April 2015

Long walk out to St michaels mount, wouldn't have been too bad however half of the path was blocked off for repair work so we had to walk on the muddy sand.

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Reviewed 26 December 2012

I walk this route every week but it still never fails to inspire me. A walk where you can get away from the hum drum of life highly recommended

1  Thank BobbyVdp
Reviewed 5 May 2012

This is a relatively new trail - around 10 miles from the North to South coasts of west Cornwall. The walk starts in St Ives, visiting the Knill Monument, Trencrom Hill Fort, various villages, and a wetland conservation area, before arriving in Marazion. The route...More

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angelartr
21 December 2016|
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Response from julielondonroad |
No it’s definitely a footpath ,narrow and steep in places
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