Four new cycling, walking and horse riding trails planned for Cornwall

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Four new cycling, walking and horse riding trails planned for Cornwall


Posted on January 23 in Routes

A new network of four trails across Cornwall for cyclists, horse riders and walkers have been backed by councillors.

The £19 million Saints Multi-Use Trails will link Newquay, Perranporth, St Agnes and Truro.

Funding for the project includes £17m from Highways England and £2m provided by Cornwall Council.

Under the plans there will be four trails - one from Perranporth to Newquay, another from St Newlyn East to Carland Cross, one from Idless to Trispen and the last from St Agnes to Truro.

It is hoped that the routes could become as popular as the Camel Trail which is used by thousands of people every year.

However the council is hoping that as well as being used for leisure the trails could also enable people to get to work and be an alternative to using the car.

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