Woodlands

We may have some stunning beaches and unrivalled coastal views here in the wider St Austell Bay area, but we’re so much more than that. Take the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the fantastic woodland right here on our doorstep.

The Lowdown - Woodlands

We may have some stunning beaches and unrivalled coastal views here in the wider St Austell Bay area, but we’re so much more than that.

Take the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the fantastic woodland right here on our doorstep.

Woodlands around St Austell

St Austell | Pentewan Valley Trail

Pentewan Valley Trail

One of the great things about the Pentewan Valley trail is its flexibility. There are various places to pick up and start the trail.
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St Austell | Luxulyan Valley

Luxulyan Valley

Luxulyan valley area played an important part in the production of granite and industrial minerals during the 19th Century.
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St Austell | Kings Wood

Kings Wood

Kings Wood forms part of the remains of an ancient woodland, dating back more than 400 years. Originally owned by the realm, the Earl of Lancaster and the Forestry Commission, it’s now managed by The Woodland Trust.
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St Austell | Coombe Farm to St Catherine’s Castle

Coombe Farm to St Catherine’s Castle

Make your way through green fields and woodland to enjoy spectacular coastal views and discover the historic St Catherine's castle perched on the edge of a cliff.
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St Austell | Life in St Austell

Life in St Austell

The list of why we love being here is long, but it’s easy to forget just how lucky we are. And while economically speaking we traditionally trail cities anywhere north of the Tamar, we are definitely richer in plenty of other ways. It may be an obvious place to begin, but for good reason. No […]
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St Austell | The Goss Moor trail

The Goss Moor trail

st a stones throw from Roche, St Dennis and Nanpean is the Goss Moor trail. Covering 7 miles, the trail takes you around the rugged expanse of Goss Moor.
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St Austell | Menacuddle Well

Menacuddle Well

Menacuddle well and the Druids Chair is located in a green area below the road to St Austell and the well house butts tightly against the twenty foot high wall. It is surrounded by trees and rhododendron bushes, beside a gentle stream and a waterfall.
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