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

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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..

Padstow

> 50.53616°N -4.93399°W

 

Wenford Bridge

> 50.54427°N  -4.70297°W

Environmental Management:

envmanagement@cornwall.gov.uk

^^ click the image for a Cornwall Cycling Map

Cornwall Cycle Map

QUIZ on the Camel Trail

How well do you know the Camel Trail..?!

 

Can you remember how long the trail is...or where it goes and what locations it passes...? Who was responsible for building the Bodmin & Wenford Railway and when was it built..?!

 

Why not take this quick quiz to check...!