Sunday, 30 January 2011

Sunday Walk - Woodland - Tregenna Castle

St Ives Cornwall - Tregenna Castle - Woodland Walk


Just back from a nice winter Sunday morning walk with Jo.

We headed up the hill to Tregenna Castle to enjoy their Woodland Walk. This runs along the edge of the estate and the golf course. Beautiful scenery with views of both St Ives Bay and the countryside.

We then intended to continue continue up the hill to Steeple Woodland and Knills Monument - but ran out of time. This will be the objective of one of our next walks - maybe we'll approach it from the Halsetown side of the hill.

If you'd like to see more photos take a look at:
OneStIves - FaceBook - Tregenna Walk Gallery

I'm hoping to add a new Walks section to my OneStIves Website - with more details and maps of various walks around St Ives and West Cornwall. Hopefully more news of that here soon - although I've got loads of new websites to get up and running for clients first !

Me and Jo have also decided to tackle the whole of the Cornwall Coastal Path - in one day sections. So when we get another sunny day it will be stage one - out to Zennor and the Tinners Arms.

4 comments:

  1. I didn't know Tregenna's grounds were open to the public - nice!

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  2. Yes - all the footpaths at Tregenna are open to anybody. All they ask is that walkers keep off the golf course - for safety reasons. Otherwise - lots to see and enjoy.

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  3. Are they welcoming the dog walkers as they will potentially be driven off the beaches?

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  4. As far as I know dogs are welcome.

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