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St Anthony Head & The Roseland – 9.2K Guided Walk

August 30 @ 10:30 am - 4:30 pm




Book your spot on this beautiful 9.2k guided nature and history walk exploring The Roseland Peninsula, Carrick Roads and St Anthony in the Mid South of Cornwall. Featuring the quaint Place, Towan Beach and St Anthony’s Lighthouse. Your passionate and qualified walking guide will take you on a walking adventure exploring the local area’s footpaths, history and nature.

Pack your swimming costumes for an optional dip en-route: sea conditions permitting.

  • Guided 9.2K circular route
  • Get moving outside
  • Meet like-minded people
  • Dedicated time outdoors in nature
  • Local stories & knowledge
  • Learn a new walking route
  • Any weather walking
Walk Start Time 9.30am (please aim to arrive 15 mins early)
Terrain Coastal valleys, grassy coast path, woodland trails, old field footpaths, some steep ascents and descents.
Total Elevation 310m (difficulty: moderate)
Distance ~ 9.2km
Gentle Pace Length up to < 6 hours : each group is different but know our walks allow you time to appreciate the landscape, listen to Cornish history and connect with nature.
Optional Sea Swim (depending on conditions) Towan Beach or Great Molunan.
Walk Start Location 

Please note a minimum of 3 attendees is needed for this guided walk in Cornwall with Cornish Explorers to go ahead. Itinerary & further details will be emailed after purchase. Your guide is a qualified Lowland Leader & Outdoor First Aider.