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All reviews pont pill old ferry inn ups and downs great walk car ferry couple of hours national trust steep sections either direction stunning views en route catching the ferry fowey estuary daphne du maurier the river the pub coastal path
If there one walk you have to do this is it,start from Polruan & follow the paths, it will include two ferry crossing & a few pubs but the view from some of the hills is fantastic, its not for the faint hearted neither is...More
We walked the Hall Walk starting in Polruan and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The path is well marked with plenty of benches to sit and rest on the way, and to enjoy the stunning scenery. There are some steep sections but if you wear the...More
It's called the Hall walk about 4 1/2 miles on wood land tracks so suitable foot ware is advised but can be done in trainers
We did the walk from Polruan and walked to Bodinnick taking in the wonderful views, stopped to have our packed...More
We were lucky enough to do this walk on a very sunny March day which made for breath taking views. It had rained on the days before however and was very muddy. Wear suitable boots. A few testing hills but a great pint and moules...More
This walk is 3 miles from Polruan to Bodinnick, then across the river on the car ferry (£1.80 pp) to Fowey and back on the passenger ferry to Polruan (£2 pp). A beautiful walk through the woods up the river inlet with glimpses of the...More
Enjoyed this walk starting from Bodinnick yesterday. Slippy in a few places but largely sheltered and pleasant. Tide was out at Pont Pill so it was a muddy outlook and little underwhelming but the paths, descents and ascents were all good. Suitable for families. Past...More
I loved this walk; we chose to start at Polruan so as to finish at the Old Ferry Inn in Bodinnick. From the Polruan ferry, head left and up the road closest to the estuary, passing the boatyard. Only then will you see any NT...More
Fowey Hall in on the edge of Fowey, next to the main car park. it would take a couple of minutes to walk down hill into town. You could take a steep set of stairs or take a more circular route to avoid the steps or better... More
Fowey Hall in on the edge of Fowey, next to the main car park. it would take a couple of minutes to walk down hill into town. You could take a steep set of stairs or take a more circular route to avoid the steps or better still, take the shuttle bus which runs every 15 mins from the main car park.