Discover the Wild North Cornish CoastCountryside & Nature
A gorgeous circular route in a hidden corner of Cornwall, taking you through some of the Southwest's most remote, wild and spectacular terrain.
You'll love this because
Walk out onto Sharpnose point for spectacular panoramic coastal views along this rugged coastline
Hawker's Hut - a tiny hidden shelter set into the cliff face, built from shipwreck wood in 1843
See the wild and fascinating history of shipwrecks, piracy and smuggling with your own eyes
Moderate. Two steep sections require basic level of fitness, but generally easy
What you will do
This route traverses some of Cornwall's highest, wildest and remote clifftops, descends to a secluded hidden valley, passes through peaceful meadows and ancient churchyards. Along the way we will take in the incredible coastal views and stop at some amazing local spots. Learn about the rich and wild history of an area best known for shipwrecks, smuggling and eccentric poets, from a certified local guide who was born and raised in this remote land
I can provide hiking poles and rain coats on request
What I might need
Guests should bring shoes sutiable for walking on unpaved, uneven surfaces. Appropriate clothing for the weather. A bottle of water and a few snacks would be a good idea.
For a full refund cancel within 24 hours of booking, or at least 14 days before the Experience is scheduled. If you cancel 13 - 7 days before you'll receive a 50% refund. Read full Terms & Conditions here.
WHERE TO MEET
The Bush Inn, Crosstown, Morwenstow, Cornwall, EX23 9SR
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