My route is planned with Google maps and I am finding out about the places from the Internet and adding pictures as well if I get permission from the sites to do so.
This is the route Click onto the link below and it will take you to the map. Along the bottom of the map is a little yellow person and next to that are 3 little squares click onto the squares and you will see pictures of the area.
The walk distance is 15 miles so an easy amount of miles that will mean I can keep track easily and not get bored into the bargain.
I plan on using Leslie Sansone walks and count 15 minutes of planned exercise as 1 mile
I am making it the round trip so that it takes me along the coast line with sea views to take in along the way.
So what is St Ives like?
A visit to the shops is a must and can be found at Tregenna Hill there are the usual shops along with some unique to the area so always worth a look.
The walks and views in the park are beautiful and they have a lot to offer families so if you wanted to you could stay here and explore but I am moving onto Zennor and Zennor Head.
Zennor was the home of D.H Lawrence during the First World War and is famous for it wonderful views
More about Zennor
Enjoy the spectacular views from Zennor Head and see Pendour Cove linked to the myth of the mermaid of Zennor,The Mermaid of Zennor
So back we go to St Ives to complete the circuit.
Milage for August Leslie Sansone Miles and Exercise Miles