Camborne Trail 4 - Treslothan Trail
This trail offers variety of terrain and fantastic scenery as participants wander mining countryside before descending into beautiful woodland filled valleys.
Points of interest include a multitude of engine houses, the welcoming mining villages of Beacon and Troon, wildlife full woodland which is blessed with beautiful bluebells in springtime, a quoit with an interesting history and a breath taking church.
This walk takes in some of Camborne’s best kept secrets- it really is one not to miss.
Facilities available for this trail
Parking – parking at King Edward Museum.
Picnic areas – there are numerous appropriate places along the route to stop
Eating and shopping – The Croust, King Edward Museum, Convenience store Troon.
Public houses – None along the way.
Family and children friendly – the route is very family friendly.
Cycle Trail – good trail but some rough sections.
Horse Riding Trail – some parts are suitable.
Walking Trail – a moderate to tough trail
Disability access – definitely not suitable for scooters – steps and styles.
- Created: 18th July 2017 11:12 am
- Updated: 3rd October 2017 10:57 am
- Distance 6 miles
- Time 2 h 14 min
- Speed 2 mph
- Min altitude 338 ft
- Peak 607 ft
- Climb 505 ft
- Descent 502 ft