The 12.5mile route is most westerly pilgrim route across Cornwall.
It fairly well signed using a scallop shell symbol. There are the usual problems when there is a stile with a symbol, issuing into a large field: does one go right, left or straight across the field? Take a map to be certain.
- Cornwall Council has a rather rudimentary site explaining the route. One suspects that they are rather more interested in cycling routes
- There is a better description on Oliver’s Cornwall site. This is an excellent website packed full of information although it generally lacks maps