Walks and Cycling in South-East Cornwall

Cornwall's not known for being flat, but you can find some lovely level stretches for walking and cycling, particularly on old railway lines or around lakes. Here are some favourites in the south-east of the duchy, largely traffic free: 


Drake's Trail

Running from Tavistock to Plymouth, this takes you through beautiful scenery in the Plym Valley.

www.drakestrail.co.uk

 

 

Granite Way

Bordering Dartmoor, from Lydfrord near Meldon reservoir and on to Okehampton - spectacular!

www.devoncyclehire.co.uk/thegraniteway.html

Siblyback Reservoir

 A 3 mile long path around the circumference of the lake. Completely traffic free with car park, fishing, kayaking, adventure playground,camping etc

https://www.swlakestrust.org.uk/
lakes/cornwall/siblyback


 

 

 

Burrator Reservoir

This route follows a road around the reservoir and offers loads of places for picnics and walking further onto Dartmoor. Plenty of parking but only a very small part completely traffic free.

www.bbc.co.uk/devon/outdoors
/walks/burrator.shtml

 

 

 

This page was brought to you by Jonathon at Todsworthy Farm 

 



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