Posted 29 January 2015
It’s been announced that the Fal River Autumn Walking Festival will return later this year, posing as a great opportunity for those on their cottage holidays in St Mawes to discover this beautiful region at its best.
Growing hugely in popularity over the previous two years, organisers will be sure to help continue the trend and ensure that the 2014 instalment is the best yet. Aimed to encompass all the finest aspects that the Fal River has to offer, it brings a variety of self-guided walks to help locals and visitors alike discover the beauty of Falmouth, Truro, the Helford Passage and the Roseland Peninsula, plus many more.
There will be walks available for all abilities to tackle, so whether you’re a rookie rambler or an experienced explorer, there will be the perfect route for you to enjoy. Ranging in distances, you’re more than catered for whether you’re after an afternoon stroll or an all-day trek.
Explore the Roseland at its best
As many of the walks pass through areas of outstanding natural beauty, and even some World Heritage Sites, those coming along certainly won’t want to forget their camera. You can even bring the dog along for some of the routes, meaning they can enjoy the same great day out in the fresh air.
With the region being home to dramatic coastlines, beautiful beaches and plenty of quaint and traditional villages, enjoying a coastal walk is undoubtedly one of the best methods of discovering the Roseland.
The 2014 Fal River Festival will feature from 18 October until 3 November, with those seeking further detail being urged to visit the event’s official website.
If you are already looking forward to your cottage holidays in Cornwall, the Fal River Autumn Walking Festival could offer a perfect event to include in your plans.
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