View from the Camel Trail The Camel Trail Enjoy the Cornish countryside in a traffic-free environment The Coast Path Most of the trail is flat and accessible to all users Padstow Enjoy a cream tea or pasty at Padstow Harbour Stunning Sunsets Specially adapted bikes available, suitable for the less mobile trail user Family Friendly

Definitive Guide to the Camel Trail, Cornwall, UK  |  Cornwall's most popular multi-use trail route


The Camel Trail is 17.3 miles long..



It is a resurfaced railway line..



The entire length is flat & therefore suitable for the disabled..



It's original use was to transport sand inland..



Only a small part of the trail is on roads and shared with normal traffic..


> 50.53616°N -4.93399°W


Wenford Bridge

> 50.54427°N  -4.70297°W

Environmental Management:

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Cornwall Cycle Map

TRAIL PHOTOS - Boscarne Junction

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Boscarne Junction was created way back in 1888 and is now the current terminus of the Bodmin & Wenford leisure railway. It was the brainchild of the Great Western Railway, who wanted to build a line to connect from their Bodmin General station onto the Bodmin and Wadebridge Railway.


If you're lucky you may even see/hear/catch the steam train at Boscarne..!


check Boscarne Junction timetable