The area around Camborne is a diverse landscape made up of wild granite moorland and sheltered wooded valleys, farmsteads, large estates and mining villages, all bounded by the dramatic north coast.
Throughout this landscape is the legacy of the mining industry – the remains of 200 engine houses and the interconnecting railways and mineral tramways that have been converted into trails for people to enjoy on foot, horse or bicycle. This area is therefore ideal for exploring without the car.
The trails that crisscross this countryside provide quiet havens away from the busy roads creating safe environments for everyone to enjoy.
Many of the trails are also suitable for wheelchair use. One of these trails take you through Tuckingmill Valley Park, a mining area that has been regenerated into a beautiful park and wildlife area.
Take a look at the Area map for details. The North coast and the South West Coastpath including Portreath can be accessed by bicycle or by foot using the Portreath Branchline Trail from Camborne.
Use the Area Map to discover how you can avoid the roads and enjoy this area without the car. A regular bus service from Camborne centre links many of the surrounding villages and attractions such as Portreath and Tehidy Country Park.