Walks in Hartland AONB

Enjoy the walks by being guided by the app

Phone showing walk for purchase
Download the app and use it to explore the walks and to purchase a guided route.
Phone showing Google navigation to start of walk
The app will direct you via satnav the start of the walk.
Hand holding a phone showing the iWalk Cornwall app
The app guides you around the walk using GPS, removing any worries about getting lost.
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Each time there is a new direction to follow, the app will beep to remind you, and will warn you if you go off-route.
Phone showing walk map page in the iWalk Cornwall app
A map shows the route, where you are and which way you are facing.
Phone showing walk directions page in the iWalk Cornwall app
Detailed, well-tested directions are also included which follow you as you walk.
Phone showing facts section in iWalk Cornwall app
Each walk includes lots of information about the history and nature along the route.
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Once a walk is downloaded, the app doesn't need a phone or wifi signal during the walk.
Phone showing walk stats in the iWalk Cornwall app
The app counts down distance to the next direction and estimates time remaining based on your personal walking speed.
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We keep the directions continually updated for changes to the paths/landmarks - £1.99 for a walk includes ongoing free updates.
  • 4.4 miles/7.1 km - Moderate

    Sandymouth to Coombe Valley

    Sandymouth to Coombe Valley

    4.4 miles/7.1 km - Moderate

    A circular walk from Sandymouth beach, via the Landmark Trust's historic buildings of Coombe and a derelict mill which is one of the largest bat colonies in England, to the remains of the once great manor of Stowe Barton, the interior furnishings of which can be seen in Prideaux Place at Padstow.

  • 6.2 miles/10 km - Moderate

    Bude to Sandymouth

    Bude to Sandymouth

    6.2 miles/10 km - Moderate

    A circular walk through Bude and along two miles of sandy beaches to Sandymouth, passing Bude Castle, built on floating foundations by the inventor of limelight, the Victorian Sea Pool, the Half-Tide Cross and the shipwreck of the SS Belem from which the propeller shaft supports the barrel on Barrel Rock.

  • 2.4 miles/3.9 km - Moderate-strenuous

    Morwenstow

    Morwenstow

    2.4 miles/3.9 km - Moderate-strenuous

    A short circular walk at Morwenstow to the cliff edge hut built from driftwood in which Reverend Hawker smoked opium and composed poetry, returning along the river valley to the ancient Bush Inn where medieval monks would rest the night before continuing their pilgrimage.

  • 3.8 miles/6.2 km - Moderate-strenuous

    Morwenstow to Stanbury Mouth

    Morwenstow to Stanbury Mouth

    3.8 miles/6.2 km - Moderate-strenuous

    A circular walk from Morwenstow along the shipwreck coast to Stanbury Mouth where only nature's by-the-wind sailors now run aground

  • 4.5 miles/7.3 km - Moderate-strenuous

    Morwenstow to Marsland

    Morwenstow to Marsland

    4.5 miles/7.3 km - Moderate-strenuous

    A circular walk from Vicarage Cliff along the coast path to Marsland Mouth at the Devon border, returning through fields to Morwenstow rectory, church and the Rectory Tea Rooms - the last stand of the Cornish cream tea before the Devon border.

  • 5 miles/8 km - Moderate-strenuous

    Kilkhampton to the Coombe valley

    Kilkhampton to the Coombe valley

    5 miles/8 km - Moderate-strenuous

    A circular walk though the wildflowers of the Kilkhampton Common nature reserve and woods of the Coombe Valley, returning via the remains of the Norman castle at Penstowe which consisted of a stone tower perched on the top of a steep hill but surrounded by two baileys, rather than the usual one, the reason for which is a mystery.

Download the iWalk Cornwall app and use the QR scanner within the app to find out more about any of the walks above.