Welcome to St. Agnes, Cornwall 20 17 The Original St. Agnes Accommodation Online web site CIRCULAR WALKS AROUND ST. AGNES
There are many enjoyable and picturesque walks around St. Agnes most are signposted and are featured on the St. Agnes Mini-guide map. Because most of our footpaths are in their natural state, good, comfortable, flat walking shoes are recommended. There are several seats along all the main footpaths and cafés both in Trevaunance Cove and Chapel Porth for refreshments, though it is always a good idea to carry a drink with you.   The majority of our footpaths are on public or National Trust land but where they do cross farm land please close gates and keep children and dogs under control when encountering live stock. And please leave the countryside as you would like to find it and place your rubbish in a bin. Thank you. All times are approximate depending on individual pace and on how many times you stop to admire the views. Please help: If you use any of these walks and find that the information given is not correct, please email us with the details so that we may make the required corrections.  Thank you.
You cannot put a time limit on beauty.
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Site last updated 24th July 2017 Please note that this website is only available to holiday properties in the Parish of St. Agnes. The Original St. Agnes Accommodation Online web site. Established in 1999
Copyright © St. Agnes Accommodation Online 1999 -
Welcome to St. Agnes, Cornwall 20 17 The Original St. Agnes Accommodation Online web site CIRCULAR WALKS AROUND ST. AGNES
There are many enjoyable and picturesque walks around St. Agnes most are signposted and are featured on the St. Agnes Mini-guide map. Because most of our footpaths are in their natural state, good, comfortable, flat walking shoes are recommended. There are several seats along all the main footpaths and cafés both in Trevaunance Cove and Chapel Porth for refreshments, though it is always a good idea to carry a drink with you.   The majority of our footpaths are on public or National Trust land but where they do cross farm land please close gates and keep children and dogs under control when encountering live stock. And please leave the countryside as you would like to find it and place your rubbish in a bin. Thank you. All times are approximate depending on individual pace and on how many times you stop to admire the views. Please help: If you use any of these walks and find that the information given is not correct, please email us with the details so that we may make the required corrections.  Thank you.
You cannot put a time limit on beauty.
Click the image to download a selection of walks ranging from half an hour to 3 hours. Acrobat reader available FREE from.
This document requires Adobe Acrobat reader.
Site last updated 24th July 2017 Please note that this website is only available to holiday properties in the Parish of St. Agnes. The Original St. Agnes Accommodation Online web site. Established in 1999
Copyright © St. Agnes Accommodation Online 1999 -