The Roseland (Cornwall Coastline): November 1st-3rd
Trek The Roseland
The Roseland Heritage Coastline
Day 1: catching a foot ferry from Falmouth over to St Mawes and walking 13 miles east along the stunning Roseland Coastline with lunch at the Hidden Hut.
Day 2: heading west on an 11 mile circuit from Falmouth around Rosemullion Head and back inland.
We only regret the opportunities we don't take...
Catching the foot ferry from Falmouth to St Mawes and walking a 13mile circuit around the stunning Roseland Coastline:
8:15am: Meet Prince of Wales Pier, TR11 3DF
8:30am: Catch St Mawes ferry (£10 return)
9:30am: Second ferry to Place (£7 single)
10:00am: Coastal walk via St Anthony's Head
1:00pm: Lunch at the Hidden Hut, Portscatho
2:00pm: Cross inland to St Just
4:00pm: Reach St Mawes Castle
5:45pm: Ferry back to Falmouth
Circuit from Falmouth around Rosemullion Head and back inland:
10:00am: Meet Swan Pool Beach: TR11 4EJ.
9:45am: 11mile coastal walk.
1:00pm: Stop for lunch - bring a picnic!
4:30pm: Expected walk finish.
- A WHATSAPP group will be created to share info and photos on the day. In signing up to the event you are agreeing to be added to this group, which will contain other participants. This is necessary so that details can be shared in the run up to the event, including last minute changes, reminders or cancellations.
- Charity involvement: many of our walks are being run in partnership with charities. As such, sign up information is shared with the charity involved for the purpose of running the event and communicating its purpose, which is to help raise awareness and funds for the charity. By signing up, you are agreeing to receive information from Get Outdoors and the charity.
- Remember waterproofs, walking boots/shoes and a packed lunch & water.
- Please note you may need to pay for parking.
- Dogs are welcome, but are entirely the owner's responsibility and must have a lead and be under close control at all times.
- If encountering livestock do not walk too close or get between a cow and calf. If threatened, let go of your dog so it can escape and reduce the risk to yourself.
- Please keep to public rights of way and respect landowner’s property.
- There are often stiles to negotiate on this type of walk.
- Countryside walking can often include hills and uneven terrain. Our group ethos is to support everyone in group to achieve their maximum potential in terms of completing the route. As such, we endeavour to walk at a pace all participants are comfortable with. We apologise if this causes any frustration to fitter walkers.
- Please consult your doctor if you are worried about your fitness to take part.
- Please inform the walk leaders, Get Outdoors, of any underlying health conditions that may affect your walking ability before signing up.
We need a few more details from everyone, so we know how best to look after you. Once you have booked your walk above, please follow this link and complete some simple questions ASAP: Applicant Information Form
Participants need to book their own accommodation, but we do have a limited number of rooms available, so please get in touch for details. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like assistance booking.
For those wishing to camp, we recommend: Pennance Mill Farm, Tel: 01326 317431
We hope everyone will join the group for dinner.
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