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Facilities available for this trail

Parking - car parking available at trail start on Lanner Square

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

Eating and shopping - the village store and the bakery

Public houses - The Lanner Inn, The Coppice Inn

WCs - at Lanner Moor playing field


Family and children friendly - the route is very steep in parts

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.

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The Lanner Inn


The Lanner Inn is a 200 year old traditional, family run village pub, which at various times has been a coaching Inn, as well as a "Tally" pub during its period off ownership by the local tin mines.

The pub enjoys a reputation for good real ales from local and national breweries.

More importantly, with the availability of our comfortable accommodation (including en suite rooms) you can comfortably enjoy a drink without worrying about driving afterwards.
Address: The Lanner Inn, The Square, Lanner, Cornwall, TR16 6EH
Tel: +44 1209 215 611
Website: www.lannerinn.co.uk
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The Coppice Inn


The Coppice at Lanner is a small public house in the heart of Cornwall’s old tin mining areas, our beautiful garden, comfy surroundings and excellent food make The Coppice a superb venue for any occasion. Whether it’s a birthday or anniversary, wedding reception or  funeral, whatever the occasion we’ll be happy to try our very best to accommodate your needs.

We at the Coppice pride ourselves on our food, we have excellent Chefs that can cater for your every need, from assorted buffets, sit-down 4/5/6 course meals to outside BBQs (weather permitting!)
Address: Lanner Moor, Lanner, Redruth, Cornwall, TR16 6JB
Tel: +44 01209 216668
Website: www.t2k.com/coppice/index.htm

Old Railway Yard Bed and Breakfast


A warm welcome awaits you at the AA 4-star accredited Old Railway Yard Bed and Breakfast near Redruth, Cornwall, once the site of a small coal yard serving Cornwall’s mining heritage.

We are situated close to the village of Lanner, 25 miles from Land’s End, 10 miles from Truro and 8 miles from Falmouth. The North and South coasts of Cornwall are both visible from the house, and the popular seaside town of St Ives is less than half an hour away.

Our rooms have en suite facilities and our Premier Room also has kitchenette, dining area and roof garden. We also have an adjacent detached holiday cottage which sleeps four (www.tramways-cornwall.co.uk).
Address: The Old Railway Yard, Lanner Hill, Near Redruth, Cornwall, TR16 5SZ
Tel: +44 1209 314514
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Website: http://www.old-railway-yard.co.uk/welcome

Lanner Bakery


After working in bakeries from the age of 14 and then studying bakery and confectionery at the Plymouth College of further and higher education at the age of 23 it was time to put my talents to the test. In 1988, I decided to buy a bakery outlet in the small Cornish coastal village of Portreath. I employed only a handful of bakers, crimpers and shop assistants.

As the business became more renowned, the staff team grew. Portreath Bakery was finally on the map. People travelled far and wide for a freshly baked pasty, hand crimped before their very eyes. As time progressed we started to produce much more Cornish fare and continue to do so today. We bake a selection of breads, cakes and savouries such as our famous Cornish pasties, heavy cake, scones and delicious saffron cakes to name but a few, all on the premises. We are also specialists in celebration cakes and wedding cakes of distinction.

Over the years we have catered for Sir Harold Wilson, Tony Blair, Anne Beckwith-Smith and more famously HM the Queen and HRH The Princess Royal.
Address: Lanner Bakery, Pannance Road, Redruth, Cornwall, TR16 6HJ
Tel: +44 1209 314613
Website: www.portreathbakery.co.uk

Cornish Riding Holidays

Lanner Equestrian Centre

Cornish Riding Holidays is a family run business open all year for hacking, lessons and fully inclusive holidays, for adults only during term time and children and families during school holidays. You can have private or group lessons in dressage, show jumping , cross country and side saddle in the indoor school or the outdoor manage. We also offer hacking or trekking along the World Heritage Site of the Mineral Tramways of 1 or 2 hours or whole day rides. We offer beach riding on Gwithian Beach, swimming with the ponies on Carn Marth and pub rides stopping at local hostelries for lunch. A large selection of horses (around 50) means we can cater for all ages (from 4 years) and abilities, individuals or groups are welcome. Cornish Riding Holidays is British Horse Society, Association of British Riding Schools and OFSTED Approved. It is also an approved provider of outdoor pursuits for Cornwall Council. All our staff are qualified, CRB checked and first aid trained.
Address: Wheal Buller Riding School, Buller Hill, Redruth, Cornwall TR16 6SS
Tel: +44 1209 211852
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Website: www.cornish-riding-holidays.co.uk


Lanner Equestrian Centre

Lanner Equestrian Centre

We offer great horse riding adventures for all ages and levels of experience from hacks for an hour or two to all day rides. Our horses and ponies are from 8hh to 18hh, so there is something to suit everyone. We also provide lessons in all aspects of horsemanship and riding including dressage and jumping.
Address: Tregiffian House, Rough Street, Lanner TR16 6EY
Tel: +44 1209 214145
Mobile: +44 7761 574793
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Address: Lanner village car park

Lat: N 50° 12' 55.71"

Long: W 5° 12' 7.56"

OS Grid Ref: SW 71650 39961

Distance: 2.98 miles

Terrain: Moderate


Half way up Carn Marth on the right hand side of the trail, a little before you reach the amphitheatre, are some stone steps (uneven and often slippery) which lead down to an old well beneath the trail surface. This is Figgy Dowdy’s Well – also known as St Margery Daws Well – which was once the main source of water for the area and where 19th century children used to bring their dolls for baptism at Easter time.