Cycling in Cornwall
Discover your best day out on quiet lanes and off-road trails
Grab your bike, Cornwall’s calling!
Cycling in Cornwall is the perfect companion for exploring the stunning Cornish countryside by bike. You’ll discover breath-taking views with wonderful places to explore, whilst getting away from the crowds and off the roads. Contains everything you need for a great day out.
- Thirteen enjoyable, stress-free cycle rides for leisure cyclists.
- Rides for all abilities and ages – mostly traffic free or quiet country lanes. With options from easy to challenging and distances ranging from 3 – 24 miles.
- Handy maps to show points of interest, parking, loos, and places to eat.
Pedal alongside the sea, pass ancient monuments, cycle through historic fishing villages and up across remote moors. From gentle paths through rolling fields, to dramatic mining trails along the cliffs, these routes explore the very best that Cornwall has to offer.
Siblyback – Easy – 3.5 miles. Goss Moor – Easy – 7 miles. Marazion/Mousehole – Easy – 13 miles. Clays to Coast 1. Mevagissey/St Austell – Easy – 14 miles. Camel Trail 1. Bodmin/Padstow – Easy – 24 miles. Loe Bar – Easy/Challenging – 7 miles. Great Flat Lode – Moderate – 8 miles. Tin Trail – Moderate – 8.5 miles. Tehidy Estate and Beyond – Moderate – 10 miles. Clays to Coast 2. St Austell/Eden Project – Moderate – 11 miles. Camel Trail 2. Bodmin/Blisland – Challenging – 20 miles. Coast to Coast/Portreath Start – Challenging – 24 miles. Coast to Coast/Devoran Start – Challenging – 24 miles.
“This book is meticulous in detail and offers some really valid tips and a local’s insight into the area for walkers of all abilities. It’s well written and informative.”
“An essential guidebook, revealing the highlights and hidden corners of Mid Cornwall. Each walk comprises of essential information including OS maps, an elevation and photos. It then goes on to gives clear detailed instructions accompanied by tales of local history and knowledge.”
“A real delight – it offers up so many informative pieces of historical interest for you to look much deeper in the vicinity while walking in the beautiful surrounds.”