Bat Walks

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Local Area Walks

I offered to lead our group this morning with the help of Rosy as I am familiar with all the
Once again New Bridge at Gunnislake was closed due to an accident so it meant a long detour for our
It seems so long since we last did this walk on the Devon side of the River Tamar but with
CHIMNEY ROCK COMMUNITY WALK Saturday 17th February saw a small group of nine people and three dogs set off for
Our walk today takes place on land owned by the National Trust, a charity devoted to preserving and protecting historic places
Today is Wednesday 1st May or May Day and is celebrated in many different ways throughout the world so before recounting how our
Today’s walk was not the one advertised in the current programme, it was changed due to NewBridge at Gunnislake being
Gusty winds almost blew us off our feet when we stepped from our cars at the little car park at
Friday 24th May at 8.30pm An evening walk to see and hear the bats living in the Tamar Valley Book
Once at the scattered village of Yelverton just five miles north of Plymouth we wasted no time signing in and


The Society works alongside the Parish Council to ensure that the footpath network is checked at least three times a year to make certain that use is not denied.  They also organise regular walks.

Tamar Trails

There are over 25km of walking trails for you to explore from the Tamar Trails Centre. These hiking trails will lead you through the woods to breathtaking views of the Tamar valley and a landscape shaped by the area’s mining heritage.  Situated between Tavistock and Callington on the Devon Cornwall border, the walking trails are here for everyone to enjoy.

Devon Public Rights of Way – Devon County Council

Public Rights of Way Interactive Mapping – Cornwall Council

From 17 January 2018 Cornwall Council have decided to adopt and implement the notation as defined in Schedule 1 of Regulation 3 of ‘The Wildlife and Countryside (Definitive Maps and Statements) Regulations 1993’ and added to by ‘Advice Note No 22’ from the Rights of Way Section of The Planning Inspectorate (with regard to the notation for restricted byway), such that:

  • Footpaths – magenta, (purple) solid line
  • Bridleways – green, solid line
  • Byways – brown, solid line
  • Restricted Byways – green, broken line

Click on the link below to view the interactive map, this shows all public rights of way throughout Cornwall.

Public Rights of Way interactive map

You can also find the locations of schools, leisure centres, libraries, household waste recycling centres, salting routes, safety cameras and many other layers throughout Cornwall. You can zoom to a specific area by entering a location i.e. towns and villages, street or postcode, in the search box on the map.

I Walk Cornwall

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