For anyone who doesn’t know the area, The Camel Trail is an 18 mile cycle way which passes through some of the most spectacular countryside in the south west. Following the disused railway which was once used by the London and South West Railway, the trail runs along next to the stunning Camel Estuary (the river taking its name, not from the animal, but from an old Cornish word meaning ‘crooked’) from Padstow to Wadebridge. It then continues through the beautiful, wooded Camel Valley to Bodmin and beyond.
For those of you with your own bikes (or those who just want to walk along the trail) call into our office to pick up a free map of the route. Alternatively, you can chose to hire a bike locally. Trail Bike Hire, conveniently located at the very start of the trail has a wide range of cycles, suitable for all the family (even the four legged ones!)
If you want to start your ride in Wadebridge Bridge Bike Hire also offer everything you need.
Whichever company you chose to use, at busy times its worth pre-booking your bikes, to avoid disappointment.