Seaton (Cornwall) Nature Reserve

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A pleasent walk along a level, beautiful wooded valley with a small river leading to a large lake teeming with wildlife. There is plenty of opportunity here to watch birds, to paint or simply relax. The walk returns the same way but does give a different viewpoint. Having a flat, well-metalled path makes this ideal for wheelchair users or the less able-bodied.

England - South West England - Cornwall - River Walk


Birds, Butterflies, Good for Kids, Good for Wheelchairs, Pub, Public Transport, Restaurant, River, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
7/19/2009 - Stephen Harris

Not a bad walk in itself, but there isn't much to see at the nature reserve. However, it's worth crossing the bridge to follow the path to a road. Turn left on to the road and then immediately cross over to another gate leading to an incline. Follow this up the obvious path which zig zags twice to reach a sign post for Seaton which you follow. This extends the walk but adds good views and makes it circular. You can see the route to take from the bridge at an information board just before the bridge. 6/10.

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26.1 Miles