Short Walks in Cornwall - Pathfinder guidebook
The walks in this guide give a taste of all Cornwall's attractions. Walkers can explore the picturesque St Ives, once reliant on Pilchard fishing but now the home of the Tate St Ives Gallery, wander along the banks of the River Fal around the Trelissick estate. Explore the ruined coastal mines at Geevor and Wheal Cotes, or one of England's most impressive 19th-century homes Landhydrock House. Famous for scenic fishing villages, sandy beaches, and rugged cliffs, Cornwall is also a land steeped in history and tradition with a remarkable industrial heritage. This book has 20 circular walks of up to 5 miles, each with a description and an extract of the OS explorer maps, as well as information on parking, pubs, and places of interest en route.