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A Dozen Dramatic Walks in Cornwall

James Clancy and Simone Stanbrook-Byrne

A Dozen Dramatic Walks Vol. 3
No Text Walkers are spoilt for choice in Cornwall. The aim of this book is to take you to the most spectacular scenery the county has to offer. Magnificent coastline and wild moorland contrast with delightful villages and pockets of verdant woodland.

A Dozen Dramatic Walks in Cornwall guides you on twelve outstanding circular routes. Stunning photography and clear route descriptions, plus details of local refreshment stops, places to stay and nearby places of interest, are all designed to make for the ultimate day out.

History notes, authors’ tips and pointers on natural history are also included.

This title was a runner-up in the Holyer an Gof (Publishers) Awards 2012. It received many plaudits from the assessors for its photography, descriptive and informative content, layout and design. It was described as a walking book for Cornwall's countryside that "stands out from all the others".

Testimonial from walker:
"One of my friends bought this book and was delighted with it. Which is also extra special as she is Dutch and does not find it easy to read English.She could follow the routes perfectly."

(Published 2011. Reprinted 2016 & 2017)

Coastline near Talland Bay

Coastline near Talland Bay

(distances in miles):
Trebarwith Strand & Tintagel (6.5)
Bodinnick & the Fowey estuary (3)
St. Anthony Head (5.75)
Lizard & Kynance Cove (6.25)
Helford River & Frenchman's Creek (7)
Polzeath (5.25)
Treen & Porthcurno (4.5)
Zennor (5.75)
Talland Bay & Polperro (5.75)
Bodmin Moor & the Cheesewring (5.75)
Boscastle & Rocky Valley (8)
Chapel Porth, St. Agnes Head & Trevaunance Cove (6.75)

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Housel Bay

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