Tuesday, 6 October 2020

Rocky Valley National Trust Cornwall You Can Visit For Free

Rocky Valley is an easy under an hour walk although if you’ve mobility issues you might want to make sure you’ve assistance.The walk offers stunning views as you follow a stream through a rocky gorge type of valley.

1. The walk starts near to the entrance of Trevillet holiday cottages , there is parking nearby in a lay-by for around 4-5 cars.After parking cross over the road to the holiday cottages and follow the signposted footpath.Cross the footbridge to enter the woodlands.

2. Keep going till you reach the remains of Trwvillet Mill nearby you’ll find some ancient stone carvings said to date to 1400-1800 BC

3 Continue to explore and then return back at your leisure.

To quote the National Trust 

 “Rocky Valley was formed by running water along a fault line which is the reason for its steep-sided appearance. The valley has cauldrons, waterfalls, and gorges and is recognised for its special features in a number of ways. Rocky Valley is a part of the Tintagel-Marsland-Clovelly Coast SAC (Special Area of Conservation), Cornwall AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), Heritage Coast and a RIGS (Regionally Important Geological/Geomorphological Site). “

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