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Eden Project > Tavistock

  • 106.9 km

To begin with this section explores attractive villages, leafy lanes, an impressive viaduct and a historic house. After Bodmin you retrace your steps as far as Trelash, and then pick up quiet country roads. Occasionally hilly, the route traverses some of Cornwall’s most unspoilt countryside and on to Dartmoor.

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Stages of « Eden Project > Tavistock »

  • Eden Project (St Blazey) / Bodmin

    Eden Project (St Blazey) / Bodmin [17.6 km]

    A sharp descent into the wooded Luxulyan valley leads to a winding road that takes you under Treffry viaduct, a feat of engineering in its day. A series of foot paths through the woods adjacent to the route enable you to explore the fascinating industrial remains. The route skirts the grounds of Lanhydrock House and heads into woodland to Bodmin.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details
  • Bodmin Camelford via Blisland

    Bodmin Camelford via Blisland [29.4 km]

    From Bodmin you retrace your steps until shortly after Helland. Cross a bridge by a cottage and you’ll see a sign on the right taking the route offroad to Blisland. The village is well worth a stop, especially for its award-winning pub. From St Breward you skirt Bodmin Moor once again to the edge of Camelford.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details
  • Camelford / Launceston

    Camelford / Launceston [34.8 km]

    The route follows the western edge of Bodmin Moor, past the airfield at Davidstow which was last used in WWII. After Trelash look out for a sign directing you east, following quiet country roads. Launceston, once the capital of Cornwall, is dominated by its Norman castle perched atop a hill in the town centre.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details
  • Launceston / Tavistock

    Launceston / Tavistock [25.4 km]

    Quiet country lanes follow the course of the River Lyd on an occasionally hilly and winding route towards the edge of Dartmoor. Rugged Brent Tor dominates the view above open moorland, and the route now runs almost parallel with la Vélodyssée and the Tour de Manche as you descend into the historic stannary town of Tavistock.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details