Zennor Churchway and Tinners Way

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Start: St Ives
Grid Ref: SW520408
Distance: 30 miles (48 km)
Climbing: 920 metres
Walk time: 12-15 hours
Days: 2-3

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Zennor Churchway and Tinners Way is, in essence a fusion of two walks which when combined make a circular trail in the rugged far west of Cornwall. The walk is based on Craig Weatherhill's Zennor Churchway and Craig Weatherhill and Hugh Miners Tinners Way. The trail is a 30 mile round walk from St. Ives to Cape Cornwall, mostly using the lowland Zennor Churchway, returning over the Moors, mostly using the Tinners Way. From the start in St Ives the way visits Trowan, Trevalgan, Trevega, Boscubben, Wicca, Zennor, Trewey, Boswednack, Higher Porthmeor, Rosemergy, Trevowhan, Tregaminion, Rose Valley, Lower Boscaswell, Geevor Mine, Hillside, Botallack, St Helen's Chapel, Cape Cornwall, St Just, Nancherrow, Higher Tregeseal, Botallack Common, Woon Gumpus Common, Chun Castle Hillfort, Carn Downs, Men-an-tol, Nine Maidens Stone Circle, Mulfra Hill, Bishop's Head and Foot, Amalveor, Towednack and Consols farm before returning to St Ives.

Useful Links:
Oliver's Cornwall
Long Distance Walkers Association

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