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Bodmin > Eden Project

  • 70 km

The route continues along the popular Camel Trail, traffic-free for 29kms. Padstow, with its pretty harbour, is well worth a visit before you head into Cornwall’s hinterland. A series of off-road moorland trails brings you to the Eden Project and the world’s largest indoor rain forest.

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Stages of « Bodmin > Eden Project »

  • Bodmin / Padstow

    Bodmin / Padstow [21 km]

    This section explores the popular Camel Trail, a 29-km traffic-free route along a former railway line. Leaving Bodmin the route takes you through a wooded valley. But after a short on-road section through Wadebridge, you follow the Camel estuary as far as the pretty harbour town of Padstow.

    Difficulty: family View details
  • Padstow / St Columb Major

    Padstow / St Columb Major [21.2 km]

    Away from the coastal hotspots, this section reveals the unspoiled character of Cornwall's hinterland. The route crosses Denzell Downs, home to several wind farms and Bronze Age burial mounds, before arriving in the historic market town of St Columb with its attractive slate-fronted houses.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details
  • St Columb Major / Eden Project (St Blazey)

    St Columb Major / Eden Project (St Blazey) [28.8 km]

    The section crosses Goss Moor, an area of heathland and scrub that has served as both a hunting ground and industrial centre. The spoil heaps known as the “Cornish Alps” remind you this area was once a hub for china clay extraction. After Bugle the route weaves past tranquil woods and pools as it heads towards the Eden Project.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details