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Truro to Padstow via Newquay -Trail Length 55 km - 34.5 miles.
Heading north from the cathedral city of Truro, the trail follows tranquil, wooded valleys through pretty villages before reaching the coast at Newquay, Cornwall’s most popular tourist destination.
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From Newquay the route heads inland to the old market town of St. Columb Major and then travels north across Denzell Downs and on towards the thriving coastal village of Padstow. The trail emerges on the banks of the Camel estuary, where it joins The Camel Trail which leads eastwards into the old county town of Bodmin, where it rejoins the main spine route.
Facilities: Stores, pubs, eateries and toilets are available at Truro, Newquay St Coloumn Major and Padstow.
How to get there : By rail - Truro is on the main line. Change at Par for the branch line to Newquay.