Walks in and around Bodmin January to June 2020


Bodmin     Hiking and walking


BODMIN STROLL BACK THE YEARS WALK PROGRAMME JANUARY to JUNE 2020

January 6th Respryn to Bodmin Parkway 1 £1 parking, free for NT members at Respryn car park. PL30 4AH Grid Ref: 099636 2019

13th Athelstan Circular Walk 2 Fees apply for parking in Priory car park. PL31 2DQ Grid Ref: 073668

20th Lostwithiel Walk * please note 9.30 start 3 Free parking Lostwithiel Community Centre PL22 0HE Grid Ref: 105598

27th Respryn to Lanhydrock House 3 £1 parking, free for NT members at Respryn car park. PL30 4AH Grid Ref: 099636

February 3rd Helland Bridge 1 Free parking Camel Trail. PL30 4QR Grid Ref: 064714

10th Borough Arms to Camel Vineyard 1 Free parking by the Borough Arms Pub. PL31 2RD Grid Ref: 047675

17th St Gurons Way 2 Free parking Lower car park, Dragons Leisure Centre. PL31 1DE Grid Ref: 077653

24th Wheal Martyn China Clay (New walk) 1 Parking at China Clay Country Park, Wheal Martyn PL26 8XG Grid Ref:SX 005554

March 2nd Dunmere & The Jail Walk 3 Free parking at Scarlets Well near Bodmin Jail. PL31 2RS Grid Ref: 062674

9th Ponts Mill / Luxulyan 3 Free parking in Ponts Mill (off A390 on the right before St Blazey) PL24 2RR Grid Ref: 073562

16th Par Sands Beach and Canal (New walk) 1 Car parking near Milo's Restaurant , opposite lake. PL24 2AS Grid Ref: 086533

23rd Bishops Wood 10am start 3 Free parking at Bishops Wood. Better approached via Nanstallan.PL30 3AN Grid Ref: 013694

30th Respryn to Restormel Castle 3 £1 parking, free for NT members at Respryn car park. PL30 4AH Grid Ref: 099636

6th April Bude Canal Walk * please note 10.30am start 1 Free parking in lower car park at the Weir Café before Bude. EX23 0JD Grid Ref: 216037

13th Shell Woods towards Helland Bridge 1 Free parking at Shell Woods. Grid Ref: 088723

20th Bodmin Moor Circular Walk 3 Parking donation to St Breward Football Club. PL30 4NY Grid Ref: 100762

27th Siblyback Lake 10.30am start 1 Meet in Car Park at 10.30am . Parking Charge. PL14 6ER Grid Ref: 237707

May 4th Pentewan Start: 10am
Pentewan Road B3273,turn left down lane just after Kingswood Restaurant PL26 7AP

11th Respryn to Lanhydrock House 3 £1 parking, free for NT members at Respryn car park. PL30 4AH Grid Ref: 099636

18th Wenford Bridge 10am Free parking on the Camel Trail opposite Potters Barn (PL30 3PN).

25th Halgavor/Lanhydrock Walk 10am Free parking at the end of Respryn Rd Bodmin side of the by-pass. (PL30 4AA)

June 1st Wadebridge towards Padstow 10am Start 1 Meet behind LIDL car park. Piggy Lane Parking Charge. PL27 7AP Grid Ref: 988727

8th Delabole Quarry 10.30 start 3 Free parking at Visitor Centre, Pengelly Road. PL33 9AZ Grid Ref: SX 070840

15th Cardinham Woods 2 £2 car parking in Cardinham Woods. PL30 4AL Grid Ref: 099665

22nd Minions 10.30am start 2 Through village, towards Henwood,car park on left. PL14 5LJ Grid Ref: SX262713

29th Bishops Wood onto Camel Trail 10am Free parking at Bishops Wood. Better approached via Nanstallan.
(PL30 3AN) Grid Ref: 013694

AN ALTERNATIVE EASIER SHORTER WALK IS AVAILABLE ON ALL WALKS

WALKS START AT 10.00am UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE.

DOGS MUST BE KEPT ON LEADS

Contact Telephone Numbers

Pat McCune 01208 73128 07980 422 360

Ron Goodgame 01208 73182 07786 474 758

Sue Townsend 01208 73948 07799 737 076

ADVERSE WEATHER PLEASE RING A LEADER TO SEE IF THE WALK IS CANCELLED

 

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