All of our hiking vacations are self-led or self-guided – the best way to see Cornwall at your own pace. No strangers, no timetable and nothing to organise apart from your meals.
Our hikes follow the spectacular South West Coast Path. We operate over 170 miles of stunning coastline from Padstow on Cornwall’s north coast to Falmouth on its south coast. Every beach, cliff, harbour and headland is covered.
We also offer a unique opportunity to explore the moors and prehistoric sites of West Cornwall.
Hiking the coast path is very different to hiking on well surfaced, flat roads or rolling hills. The path is uneven, rocky and very hilly in places. An average hiker will cover just 8 to 10 miles of coast path in five hours (excluding breaks).
Category A (6-9 miles/ 11-16 km per day) – more time to enjoy the views and to spend time exploring the towns and villages.
Category B (10-12 miles/ 14-19 km per day) – a full day hiking that leaves most hikers tired but happy.
Category C (13-15 miles/ 21-26 km per day) – a real challenge. Only recommend for experienced distance hikers.
All of our itineraries can be customised to suit you.
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Discover the Land’s End Peninsula. From majestic cliffs and heath-land to sea stacks and tree-lined valleys, this is a walk of unbeatable variety and unrivalled beauty.
Explore the rocky south coast of West Cornwall and the high cliffs and isolated beaches of the Lizard Peninsula. This walk boasts some of the finest views of the entire region.
Hike through Cornwall’s most celebrated and spectacular scenery. Rugged and remote, this region offers mighty cliffs, proud headlands, beautiful beaches and forgotten coves.
This is the ultimate way to discover West Cornwall. Covering two peninsulas, estuaries, moorland, cliffs, beaches, towns and woodland it is an epic hike through unbeatable scenery.
Take six days to enjoy the magnificent stretch of coast between two of Cornwall’s most famous and picturesque fishing villages turned summer get-aways, St Ives and Padstow.
You will love this superb hike through Cornwall’s most beautiful and dramatic scenery. It rounds the entire Land’s End Peninsula and ends at the UK’s most southerly point.
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