A circular walk via King Arthur's Great Halls and the Old Post Office and along the coastline from Tintagel Castle past towering headlands and island bird colonies to the golden, sandy cove at Bossiney Haven, returning via the labyrinthine carvings and ruins of mills in the woods of Rocky Valley.
A circular walk along the coast from Polzeath past a number of small coves to the vast sandy beach at Daymer Bay, returning through the dunes past St Enodoc Church which was once so deeply buried in the sand that entrance for services was through the roof.
Golden Acre Park is a popular park in North Leeds and is renowned for its beautiful gardens, popular tea rooms and circular lakeside walk. Located near to two of Leeds' most well known nature reserves, Breary Marsh and Adel Dam, this park is a good space to stroll around and rejuvenate.
Guiseley Gap Circular is a 9.4 mile loop trail located near Otley, West Yorkshire, England and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and nature trips. Distance: 9.4 miles Elevation Gain: 1,400 feet Route Type: Loop. hiking nature trips running. VIEW FULL MAP. Reviews (8) Photos (27) Recordings (7) Sort by: yvonne ronan recorded Recording - Mar 14, 03:01 pm.
There is a small pay and display car park (Grid ref. SY420917) behind the beach with few other places to park. Before starting the walk it is a good idea to go onto the beach from where you get a good idea of the scale of the cliffs in this vicinity. From the back of the beach take the South West Coast Path west towards Golden Cap and Charmouth. Note that older maps show the original line of.
Golden Acre Park opened in 1932 with a huge amusement park, boating lake, miniature railway and many rides and attractions. The attraction failed, closed and fell into disrepair. The park was taken over by Leeds City Council in 1945. The Park is situated about six miles from the centre of Leeds at Bramhope on the A660 Otley Road. It consists of approximately 137 acres of mature woodland and.
Summary: The walk in Golden Acre Park and the surrounding countryside is ideal for all grades of walker including families with young children and for mature walkers too. The walk is practically level throughout and at 5.4 miles is not too long. Good tracks are followed all the way round except for a couple of short sections along quiet country roads which links paths.
Golden Acre Park is a136 acres of parkland. Circular lakeside walk, beautiful gardens and popular tea rooms. Free car parks and Cafe with outdoor seating facilities and wheelchair accessible. Shop, selling gifts available. Motorised scooters are available to hire for free from the bakery coffee house cafe. Mature woodland with gardens surrounding an attractive lake.