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Explore the stunning beauty of Cornwall while cycling safely with our carefully planned routes. Our top priority is your safety, so you can enjoy the breathtaking views worry-free.  Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, cycling is a great way to explore the outdoors and get some exercise. With so many beautiful trails and paths to choose from, you're sure to have great time. 

If you have a particular area you would like to explore, let us to the route planning for you.

Perranporth to goonhavern

This route takes you along the scenic section of The Saints Trail from Perranporth to Goonhaven, and then back via the road on a circular route. The Saints Trail is a safe and peaceful traffic-free trail that follows the old disused route of the Perranporth to Chacewater railway line. Enjoy the beautiful views and fresh air on this leisurely bike ride.

 

Distance 8.4 miles

Places for refreshments

  • The Bolingey Inn

  • The Bay Tree Restaurant

  • The New Inn 

Coast to coast trail

The Coast to Coast Trail gives you the opportunity to literally ride across Cornwall in less than a day, from one coast to another as the trail links the historic mining harbour of Portreath on the North coast and port of pretty Devoran on the South coast.

The trail gives a unique insight into the area’s mining heritage as you pass by historic mine sites now transformed by nature.

Distance one way 12.8 miles

Places for refreshments

  • Saint Piran Cafe, Bissoe

  • The Old Quay Inn, Devoran

Perranporth to Portreath

This cycling route starting in Perranporth takes you through the picturesque hamlet of Perrancoombe and towards the breathtaking St Agnes Head. Take a break from cycling to explore Wheal Coates before continuing on to the charming mining port of Portreath. Enjoy the stunning scenery along the way!

Distance one way 11.1 miles 

Places for refreshments

  • The Miners Arms, Mithian

  • The Hub, Portreath

  • Wheal Coates Tea Room

The Camel Trail

The Camel Trail is mostly traffic free, surfaced and reasonably level multi use trail. It provides access to the beautiful Cornish countryside along a disused railway line between Wenfordbridge, Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow.

The trail is safe for families providing breathtaking views across the beautiful  Camel Estuary which lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. You can join the Trail at Padstow, Wadebridge or Bodmin and cycle the section you choose

Total Distance 18 miles

Places for refreshments

  • The Snails Pace Cafe, Wenford

  • The Custom House, Padstow

  • Camel Trail Tea Garden

Perranporth to Saint Agnes

Looking for a scenic cycling route in Cornwall? Look no further than Perranporth to St Agnes route. This picturesque ride takes you through pretty Perrancoombe along Country roads.  Part of the ride is on a section of the Saints Trail from Goonbell to Saint Agnes.

When you reach you destination the dramatic coastline of St Agnes Head awaits

Distance one way 4 miles

Places for refreshments

  • The Green Room, Saint Agnes

  • Wheal Coates Tea Room

Perranporth to Newquay

This route is all road cycling, as currently there are no cycle trails., between Perranporth and Newquay.

The route will take you via country lanes to the beautiful coast at Crantock and back in time in the village of Cubert.  Combining coastline and roads this is a stunning route.

Arrive in the busy, bustling town of Newquay where the shops and beaches are in abundance.

Distance one way 7.4 miles

Places for refreshments

  • The Bowgie, Crantock

  • C- Bay , Crantock

  • The Fish House, Fistral Beach

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