Redruth Trail 3 - St Euny Trail
This Trail leads you from the middle of town, down past the Tinner’s Hounds sculptures created, from the casts of miner’s boots. Cross Penryn Street, and head west out of town and onto the village of Carn Brea. Follow the trail, left onto part of the great Flat Lode Trail which will lead you to St Euny Church.
The church is at the heart of an important mining landscape, amid many impressive reminders of mines, stamps and engine houses all within a mile. St Euny’s memorials and gravestones reveal how mining changed the fortunes of Redruth people, and how mining also took Cornish people all over the world.
From the church, the trail takes you up to the abandoned engine houses of Wheal Uny mine, which in 1865 employed over 350 people and then head back down Trewirgie Hill into town.
Facilities available for this trail
Parking – parking in the car park.
Picnic areas – there are numerous appropriate places along the route to stop
Eating and shopping – stores and shops in the town centre.
Public houses – there are no pubs along the trail.
Family and children friendly – the route is family friendly.
Cycle Trail – good trail but some rough sections.
Horse Riding Trail – trail is suitable in some places.
Walking Trail – a moderate trail.
Disability access – suitable for large scooters.
- Created: 24th July 2017
- Updated: 8th August 2017
- Distance 3.92 miles
- Time 1 h 34 min
- Speed 2 mph
- Min altitude 338 ft
- Peak 558 ft
- Climb 499 ft
- Descent 502 ft