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Length:  12 miles / 19 km

Terrain:  Mostly flat

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The first part of this route will obviously be the same as Wadebridge to Dunmere. Leaving Dunmere Halt (road crossing coming up - take care!), follow the trail for approximately another 100 metres before bearing left towards Wenford Bridge.


This is another fine woodland section of the Camel Trail, taking you through Colquite Woods and then onto Shell Woods. This part of the Camel Trail is usually a little quieter than other popular stretches too, so it’s often a good spot to take the younger members of the family out for their first Camel Trail experience.


You may want to take a slight detour from the trail into Blisland and stop for refreshments at the popular Blisland Inn (about 1km from the trail itself). Blisland is a delightful little village, pretty much on the outskirts of Bodmin Moor.


Wenford Bridge is about another 2km further up the trail from Blisland, and although you can carry on walking or cycling from here on towards Row, Churchtown, St Breward and north Cornwall;

this is officially the end of The Camel Trail.



Depending on where you stop (and for how long of course!) cycling the trail from Wadebridge to Wenford Bridge should normally take about two hours at a steady pace, although there are many lovely spots along the way where you may wish to stop, reach for the flask & admire the Cornish countryside.


Cycling from Wadebridge to Wenford Bridge

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 Wadebridge to Padstow, or Wadebridge to Bodmin