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  • 'Our kayak journey on the Camel River was an absolute delight. We had the most wonderful time travelling up and down river with the tide. Thank you for collecting the Kayaks from Rock, it was the perfect end to the perfect day.' Zoe and Jon visiting from Exeter for the day
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Family Bike Routes

Off Road family cycling is popular in Cornwall and there are a number of trails available.  

Most Famous Cornish off road trail is:

The Camel Trail

The most popular part of this trail is from Wadebridge to Padstow but a well kept secret is the extra 15 miles of beautiful trail which goes all the way to Wenfordbridge and can be connected to at numerous points along the route.  There is lots of accommodation near the trail which is perfectly situated for access and it is mostly surrounded by sleepy lanes.  We will deliver bikes to any part of the trail (except Wadebridge) and all the accommodation along the valley for one way trips or day+ hire.

Moor to Shore including the Camel Trail
This is one of our most popular single day cycling routes in Cornwall and includes a journey from Crowdy reservoir across Bodmin Moor on Route 3 and down through the picturesque village of Blisland. Joining up with the traffic free Camel Trail you then enjoy a leisurely cycle along the old railroad route through the market town of Wadebridge and on to the fishing village of Padstow, home of Prideaux Place made famous by Rosamunde Pilcher. Along the way are a number of pubs, The Camel Valley Vineyard, Tea Rooms and some of the most stunning scenery Cornwall has to offer. Prices start from £25 per person including transprt from Padstow.  We would consider this an easy ride.

The Clay Trails and The Eden Project

These are newly launched, mostly off road trails, taking in some breathtaking scenery and are good for family cycling. These five trail provide striking and dramatic scenery and have been transformed by tree-planting and careful environmental management.  Part of the trails take in the Eden project and take you from there out to the coast. If you wanted a day of totally green travel we can meet you at Luxulyan Train station nearby where it is a short cycle to the Eden project to join the trails. http://www.claytrails.co.uk/routes

Discount tickets for Eden: http://www.edenproject.com/visit-us/tickets-and-tours

Coast to Coast

This historic trail leads from Portreath on the Atlantic Coast to Devoran on the south coast and connects up with several other trails on the way.  Mostly off road there are some parts that travel along quite lanes.  They can be accessed at Redruth and Perranswell train stations if you want to link into local transport and are part of Sustrans national cycle network, route 3

Cardinham Woods

There are a series of newly built trails running through Cardinham woods, starting with a number of family friendly trails and building to the 12km Bodmin Beast which is a singletrack trail for mountain bikers and experienced off-roaders with exhilarating climbs and descents, exciting technical tests.  There is also a nice cafe to recuperate in afterwards.

New Off Road Trail, Rock to Polzeath

Most regular visitors to North Cornwall are familiar with The Camel Trail which runs from Wenford Bridge all the way down to Padstow. Something new is the addition of a trail from St Minver (just up the hill from Rock) right the way through to Polzeath. This has been made by the new owners of The Point, through who's land the trail runs. It also crosses the recently updated golf course, past their cafe and restaurant (perfect for refreshments) and enjoys some wonderful views.