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Free walks in Cornwall

The following walks are excepts from my walking guides. Each walk is complete and available as a .pdf that you can deliver to your phone or you can print out. In order to receive these free walks you will be asked to sign-up to my newsletter. I e-mail roughly once a month with news on Cornwall or events and activities, nothing onerous and you can unsubscribe at any time.

To read more about any of the individual books click here.

At the bottom, there is also a selection of my columns that I used to write for the Cornish Guardian. They are a light-hearted look at life in Cornwall.

Dodman Point

A lovely short loop  heading along a track and onto the coastal path. Passing Dodman Point and then onto Hemmick Beach.

2.5 mile loop

(One sample walk – not full book)

The Cotehele Estate

This highly scenic walk takes you through woods, fields and river valleys in a hidden corner of Cornwall. As you walk, you can explore the remains of industries long gone. Large buildings lie in ruin, a water wheel still turns, and massive chimneys rise up through the woods. The walk begins and ends at a historic quay and from here it is a simple walk up to Cotehele House sitting in the middle of the walk.

4 mile loop

(One sample walk – not full book)

Walking with Dogs in Ethy Woods

An easy riverside walk through Ethy Woods. Plenty of opportunity to run and splash about, whether two or four legged.

2.5 mile loop

(One sample walk – not full book)

Restormel Castle and Lanhydrock House

A great day out, walking through the ages with lots of lovely views and impressive architecture.

8.5 miles loop

(One sample walk – not full book)


Walking in the Mevagissey Area.

A nice easy walk through country lanes, discovering little hamlets and fine country houses. This walks spans every historic age of Cornwall with evidence of Iron age hillforts and Roman settlements as well as Domesday properties and medieval barns.

(One sample walk – not full book)

Ancient Paths around Tintagel

A stunning walk taking in the landscape of myths and legends, passing through fields and a rocky valley leading down to the sea, then along the dramatic north coast until you come
across the ancient castle of Tintagel and suggested site for the birthplace of the legendary King Arthur

(One sample walk – not full book)

St. Agnes Beacon and Wheal Coates

An exhilarating and photogenic walk. From the coast path you walk through iconic tin mines,
the path then heads up to St Agnes Beacon, with glorious
views over the surrounding countryside.

(One sample walk – not full book)

Lankelly Loop – Fowey

An enjoyable, short walk, good for dogs with great sea views. There is the opportunity to explore a small Tudor castle and visit the sites that were the inspiration for Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. This walk can be linked with Walk 10, Gribben Head.

(One sample walk – not full book)

Walking with dogs in the Luxulyan Valley

A gorgeous woodland walk through a vanishing industrial landscape. Walk through the remnants of a tin and copper industry, that then moved into china clay back in the 1800s. To experience the modern china clay industry choose Walks 9 and 10. This walk offers great exercise for dogs as they rush up and down the hillsides.

(One sample walk – not full book)

Surfing with the Saints

Perranporth /Holywell

A fabulous walks in the footsteps of St Piran, one of Cornwall’s patron saints.  Along the way the walk reveal lots of hidden places that are easily overlooked.  Sea caves, geological wonders, hidden lakes, ancient theatres, lost churches in the dunes.  All this and ice cream and a fabulous choice of pubs.

Additional:  This walk is best done at low tide and in good weather, the cliff section will be arduous in heavy rain, strong winds or low visibility.

(One sample walk – not full book)

A Walk Around Mevagissey

An excellent walk guiding you around the highlights of Mevagissey with descriptions, photos and maps. This walk is an except from”Cornish Walks: Walking in the Mevagissey Area”

(One sample walk – not full book)


The First Shot

Ten short sharp columns on a range of topics. It’s a pick ‘n’ mix collection of funny takes on family life, political observations, rants and daydreams. Is Father Christmas real? Do we need a fairer deal for the old? How to hang wallpaper in a ballgown and how to survive long distant car journeys. These shots are a lovely, light-hearted collection. They will make you laugh out loud, stop and think about larger concerns or just enjoy the beautiful descriptions of a gorgeous world as seen through her eyes.