Discover Cornwall’s most famous Coast to Coast on this recommended Go eBike cycle Trail.
Starting at Gwithian on the north coast of Cornwall the moderate 40-mile round trip will first take you to neighbouring fishing village Portreath. Your ride will then head inland following the ‘Mineral Tramway Network’, very popular with families with the majority of trails on purpose-built cycle paths. Immerse yourself amongst Cornwall’s rich heritage, making sure you stop at one of many famous Engine Houses.
Opened in 1812 the tramroad linked the historical copper mines of St Day and Scorrier to the ports of Portreath and Devoran. At which time this area in Cornwall was the richest for copper in the world. With just 11 miles to Devoran on the south cost, this is also one of the shortest coast to coast trails in the country. Enjoy a cold refreshment and tasty lunch in the spacious beer garden at the Old Key Inn before returning on the same route.
Things to See
Mutton Cove, just past Godrevy head, is home to a large colony of Grey Seals.
Built in 1958, inspiration behind the Virginia Woolfe novel 'The Lighthouse'.
One of Cornwall’s earliest industrial ports, now home to a thriving fishing industry.
Built in 1863, The Carnon viaduct carries a railway line from Truro to Falmouth – now branded the Maritime Line.
Many now silent engine houses dominate the Cornish landscape.
Was a major port during Cornwall’s rich mining heritage. Linking the north and south coasts.