Wadebridge to Padstow

A flat, gentle 5 mile ride.         

Open views across the estuary, amazing wildlife, stunning scenery.

This is the most cycled off road trail in the UK and when you visit its clear to see why.  The stunning scenery is second to none and the flatness of the trail makes access to all ages and abilities easy.  It does get very busy in the summer and our evening rides are very popular and perfect for those wanting to enjoy a quieter trail. 

Padstow is a beautiful fishing village and is well known for its gastronomic delights.  There is plenty to see and do.  Bikes are left outside the village and a short walk takes you into the harbour and the array of beautiful shops and eateries.  From Padstow you can enjoy some fantastic cliff top walks or catch the ferry over to Rock and Damar Bay.

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Wadebridge to Padstow

Wadebridge to Bodmin

6 miles of mostly flat riding with the slightest incline towards Bodmin.

Woodland paradise with acres of wildlife, river birds, foxes and deer.

A short trip through Wadebridge, following the river, takes you to the start of the Camel Trail towards Bodmin.  This is a lesser know stretch of trail and is very different from the Padstow end.  Running along side the Camel River the trail travels through beautiful woodland and is less open to the elements.  There are plenty of rest stops on this trail with The Camel Valley Vine Yard just off the trail, The Camel Trail Tea Garden, who also serve Camel Valley Wine, and the Borough Arms is on route with a lovely play area for the children.  Bodmin offers a number of historical buildings and a pretty town centre. The historical Bodmin jail is a main attraction.

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Wadebridge to Bodmin

Wadebridge to Wenfordbridge

12.2 miles starting off very flat rising to a slight incline which is most noticeable on the way back.

Thick Forest, beautiful hamlets and a less travelled trail

This is the least explored part of the Camel Trail and is by far the quietest although its popularity is building.  The trail splits just after the Borough Arms and you can carry on into Bodmin or towards Wenfordbridge.  Along this route there are fishing pools, potteries and you may even see the steam train at Boscarn Junction.  Your effort is rewarded, from April to October, with some delicious treats at Snails Pace Cafe.  From Wenfordbridge and Poley's Bridge you can cycle straight up to the moors along a simple lanes, they are big hills bit there is a pub in both Blisland and St Breward and both villages have something special to offer.

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Wadebridge to Wenfordbridge
Camel River on the camel trail bike hire
camel river on the camel trail cycle hire
Boscarm Junction on the camel trail

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There is no charge for booking bikes so call us now 01208 813050

We do not take booking via email, during busy periods we do offer evening rides so you can avoid the crowds and make the most of the warm evenings.  Evening rides are available as bikes become available after 3pm.

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Bridge Bike Hire Ltd, The Camel Trail, Wadebridge Cornwall. PL27 7AL.

T. 01208 813050 E. info@bridgebikehire.co.uk

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