Carrick

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Group name: Carrick

This group is a part of Cornwall Area.

Our activities include:
Short and easy walks

Carrick takes its name from the stretch of water known as the Carrick Roads, into which the rivers Percuil, Penryn and Fal flow. Our walking area extends from the north to the south coasts of Cornwall, stretching across the peninsula. On the rugged north coast is the seaside town of Perranporth, with its wide sandy beaches and surfing. Nearby is St Agnes, a historic mining village leading to Trevaunance Cove. The north coast provides excellent coastal walking. On the gentler south coast is the port of Falmouth, a busy and interesting place with a fine harbour and around Pendennis Point a promenade for easy walking. A quick ferry ride away, across the harbour is the village of Flushing, which is well placed to give circular walks of varying length. The longer ferry ride goes to St Mawes on the Roseland. This lovely peninsula is very popular walking country. And for wet days the city of Truro is always an attraction.

We'd love to welcome you on a walk

Carrick Ramblers are a friendly bunch that walk together as often as we can.  We have a whole mix of walks from short & easy to more challenging terrain and longer distances so whether you're just starting out or a seasoned walker there's a walk for you to enjoy.   To join us on a walk just choose from the walks available (on the right hand side of this page), click on the walk for more details and use the contact link to book your place.

Interested in protecting paths and green spaces ....

then there's lots of volutneering opportunities with Ramblers at all levels of skill / experience.  Please feel free to get in touch to see how you can help.

Ever thought about doing press & publicity?

 

Volunteering Opportunity - Press & Publicity