15 Child-Friendly Bike Rides In Cornwall

15 Child-Friendly Bike Rides In Cornwall

Cornwall is a beautiful part of the country, full of sandy beaches, idyllic forests and beautiful trails, perfect for family outings cycling through this part of the country!


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Gravel Trail

Goss Moor Cycle Trail - This 7-mile long trail is perfect if you’re wanting to learn some history about Cornwall, you'll be able to cycle through and surround your family by the wonders of history.

Seaton Valley Countryside Park - This path is a short 2 miles long and perfect for a family day out in nature. Grab your bike, and some snacks and take your family into nature.

The Clay Trails- This family-friendly trail is ideal if you’re wanting a short cycling trip. The short trail makes it ideal for young kids and inexperienced cyclists.

The Camel Trail - This historic line is great if your family day out is surrounded by learning and growing. Take those you love on this beautiful trail today.

The Penrose Estate trail- This trail is great for cycling, walking and taking in the beautiful scenery.

The Cornish Way - This route is perfect for experienced cyclists looking for a challenge. Mountain bikes are always handy on tougher terrain compared to a road bike.

The Engine House Trail - This cycle track is 24 miles long and entrance is free. There is also Bike hire available so if you don't have a bike to hand, don't worry!

National Trust, Lanhydrock Bike Trail - No booking is necessary to use the cycle trails. They're around 2.5km long and it'd take around 15-30 minutes to complete. 


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    Forest Trail

    Tamar Trails - Hire a bike and head off on this 25KM dedicated cycling trail, the perfect bike for this would be a mountain bike. Hybrid bikes are also a great option.

    Cardinham Woods - These woods in central Cornwall are perfect for all seasons!

    Cardinham Woods - Opening hours for these woods are dawn to dusk every day. Dogs are allowed off the lead but must be kept under close control. These woods house 265 hectares of mixed conifer and native broadleaf trees so there's plenty to see.

    Seaton Valley Countryside Park -  This park is around 2 miles/3km big and was opened in 1998. It covers 53.8 hectares of land so there's plenty to see and do here.

    The Great Flat Lode - This spot has 7.5 miles of multi-use route that encircles Carn Brea. This wood is built on a mineral-bearing body of rock under the southern granite slopes of Carn Brea south of Camborne in west Cornwall.



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    Beach-side Route

    Loe Bar - This waterside route is a great choice for those hot summer months, you'll be able to see the sun shining on the water as you all ride past. Why not grab a new kids bike to get your kids even more excited!

    The Coast to Coast Route - This 11 mile long route is ideal for experienced riders and older kids since it'll take around 2 hours to complete. Lightweight bikes like road bikes are always handy for a smooth ride.



      Now all you have to do is grab your bike helmets and set off on some great cycling adventures! There are also some great places to visit across the UK after Cornwall such as London!

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