While Trolling In The Park One Day


But be of good cheer. Once you've negotiated the initial plunge and hauled the surviving members of the expedition back up the other side you can relax. The rest of the walk between Zennor and Gurnard's Head is a lot gentler than the St. Ives to Zennor assault course.

In addition to the usual walking survival gear we recommend that you bring some billygoats gruff to deal with the bridge trolls! The path from Zennor to Gurnard's Head 3

Once you've successfully negotiated the bridge trolls you can then step out purposefully (especially if you want to make the Gurnard's Head pub in time for a leisurely liquid lunch).

The path is easily to follow and ..... The path from Zennor to Gurnard's Head 4
..... clearly marked ..... The path from Zennor to Gurnard's Head 5
..... well, occasionally marked ..... The path from Zennor to Gurnard's Head 6
..... if somewhat cryptically at times! The path from Zennor to Gurnard's Head 7
I know you said there was a bit of a climb to get to Zennor but you didn't mention it was completely vertical! The path from Zennor to Gurnard's Head 8
At least the lack of precipitous drops give you the opportunity to enjoy the view, in this case of Pendour Cove ..... The path from Zennor to Gurnard's Head 9
.... or catch up with the locals! The path from Zennor to Gurnard's Head 10

The walk is quite pictureskew, especially on a sunny day and features three of the most traditional Cornish sights; to wit, old mines, spectacular coastlines and ..... bloody rocks!

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