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Facilities available for this trail

Parking - parking in the village itself, or you can extend the trail by parking at Twelveheads where the Redruth-Chasewater trail crosses the Coast to Coast trail.

Picnic areas - there are numerous appropriate places along the route to stop

Eating and shopping - village store in Carharrack

Public houses - Carharrack Stars pub within the village - marked on map

Accessibility

Family and children friendly - the route is very family friendly

Cycle Trail - good trail but some rough sections

Horse Riding Trail - trail is suitable

Walking Trail - a moderate to tough trail

Disability access - definitely not suitable for wheelchairs although some powerful scooters may make it up the hillside

Click on the map above for Google interactive version.

Carharrack Stars Pub

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Address: Fore Street, Carharrack, Redruth TR16 5QS
Tel: +44 1209 820295


Bensons Bed and Breakfast

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Set in private, peaceful gardens our 200 year old traditional Cornish cottage is the perfect place for a relaxing stay. Surrounded by the historical mining countryside of West Cornwall, Benson's is ideally situated to enjoy the walkways, cycle routes and the heritage of this beautiful part of the UK.

With en-suite to all rooms, tea/coffee making facilities, plus off road parking and secure storage for bicycles,  Sue and Mike, along with their enthusiastic greeters Ben and Cassie, look forward to welcoming you to their home.
Address: Benson's, Primrose Cottage, Consols Road, Carharrack, TR16 5RA
Tel: +44 1209 820298
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Wesbite: www.bensonsbandb.co.uk

Details

Address: Fore Sreet, Carharrack

Lat: N 50° 13' 47.09"
Long:W 5° 10' 54.06"

OS Grid Ref: SW 73165 41466

Distance: 1.82 miles

Terrain: Challenging

Carharrack - Trail 1 - Village trail

Coming off the Redruth-Chasewater Trail the route takes you into the village itself before going off to the nearby hill Carn Marth. The village offers local facilities to shop for some food or to stop and have a drink and a bite to eat the Carharrack Stars pub.

During your stop you can enjoy the rich history of the village by visiting these features all within a short distance of each other - the Shute, Ting Tang railway tracks, the iron footbridge and the old Coal Yards.

The route out of the village will take you gradually up hill until you get to the top of Carn Marth where you will get a fabulous view of the surrounding villages and countryside on a clear day both north and south coasts.