The Camel Trail
Wadebridge, PL27 7AL
This 11-mile stretch of converted disused railway offers the opportunity to take in the beauty of Cornwall’s countryside at a leisurely pace. Situated alongside the River Camel, the trail links the towns of Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow.
Vehicles are not permitted on the trail which is virtually level in its entirety, ensuring smooth passage for cyclists, those pushing prams or buggies, or people in wheelchairs. This also makes The Camel Trail an ideal alternative to local woodland and coastal paths that may not be suitable for those with reduced mobility.