SEE THE CAVES AT HOLYWELL AND CRANTOCK - Booking required
Wednesday, 29 June 2022
Start time: 11:00
(Estimated finish time: 16:30)
Moderate 7.5 miles / 12.1 km
Meet at Holywell National Trust Car Park. The walk takes in Holy Well at Holywell, renowned for its amazing limestone rock formation. Then along the coastal path to Polly Joke where hopefully the last of the Poppy Fields might be seen. To Crantock Beach to view The Lady in the Cave rock carving. Returning via Crantock Village, Cubert Common and the Kelseys. (Spot the dragon on the walk!). Meet at the Treguth Inn, Holywell Road, Holywell for a well deserved drink after the walk.
Meet at Holywell Bay National Trust Car Park. Free for National Trust members, £8 all day for non members. Car share if possible.
Grid reference: SW767586
Nearest postcode: TR8 5DD
Start time: 11:00
This is a circular walk
Boots, food and drink. It is also recommended to bring a torch to view the amazing limestone effect of the cave at Holywell. Although the walk is classed as moderate please bear in mind that there is a steep sand dune to climb. The walk has been calculated to coincide with low tide and will depart promptly at 11am. Please book by email giving contact telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only confirmed bookings will be allowed on the walk. For information on group walks please see the guidance for walkers on the Ramblers website.
Surroundings: Hill, Coast
The Camel group of the Rambler's Association covers the beautiful Camel estuary, rugged moorlands, hidden valleys and attractive villages. From breathtaking views along the coastal fringes to the atmospheric Cornish rainforest North Cornwall has it ...
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