Running Routes Created By forestrycommission
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This is a stroll on a good track with gradual slopes that skirts the Callywith Wood Wildlife Research Area. Within this special area we are carrying out a long term research project to help conserve the Dormouse. About halfway round the walk you arrive at a viewpoint where you can see up the valley of Cardinham Water to its source on Bodmin Moor.
Short and strenuous. This is a short loop starting from Lady Vale Bridge leading up to the old lead and silver mine of Wheal Glynn. The old engine house and chimney can still be seen amongst the trees. As you walk through some of the tallest trees in Cardinham Woods the ascent is steep, but the reward is a leisurely descent with wonderful views out over the forest.
Easy.This is an easy-access route, so you should have no trouble enjoying it with wheelchairs or pushchairs. The track follows the river upstream to Lady Vale Bridge, which takes its name from The Chapel of Our Lady that stood beside the river during the 12th century.
This is a long loop leading off the Lady Vale walk for those who wish to stretch their legs. There is one steep section as you climb up the valley side, but you are rewarded by views over the forest and a well deserved rest at the Scots Pine picnic area.