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"Lazy Creeks and an Ancient Fort"

Walk 9 Roundwood

Start Point: Roundwood Quay Car Park

Distance: 2.5 miles

Refreshments: N/A

The final walk of our series starts in close proximity to an ancient Celtic fort. You will journey through a truly wonderful area, which is a delight for those of all ages blessed with an imagination. 

The majority of the walk is on land administered by the National Trust. The walk has many wide paths and stretches of field paths. The optional woodland section can be very muddy.

Approximate walk time:  1 to 1.5 hours

"Lazy creeks and an Ancient Fort" starts at Roundwood Quay Car Park, visiting  Channals Creek, the King Harry Ferry, Lamouth Creek and The Old Lodge before returning to the start. Directions are found in our Leaflet.

The Feock Trails aim to embrace our local heritage. Along the walks, you can access further information on an area by scanning one of the many Feock Trail signs. All our articles can be explored directly on our website by visiting QR: Explore the Past​

On this walk the following articles may be of particular interest:

The Legend of Tristan & Iseult

The wildlife of the River Fal

Cowland & Coombe

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