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Walk Details

Cross the road to start along a broad track beside the river; there is an information board on the National Nature Reserve and two recommended walking routes.

For some distance the track is gravelled and very easy to navigate, with a few information points and the occasional seat along the way. As the ground becomes rougher however, with abundant tree roots, there are little watercourses with bridges and slippery muddy patches. Stay as close to the river as reasonably possible.

You might want to return at this point. However, if you want to see more of the falls, head up the hillside to the right, and you’ll see a well-used (and somewhat muddy) sunken track in less than 50m. Bear left for up to approximately 200m.

Unless you want to find a loop path across the hillside, return by the same route.

Carpark: Golitha Falls Nature Reserve, Liskeard PL14 6RU

Disclaimer:
This route was correct at time of writing. However, alterations can happen if development or boundary changes occur, and there is no guarantee of permanent access. These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that neither HPB Management Limited or The Outdoor Guide nor any other person connected with Holiday Property Bond or The Outdoor Guide is responsible for the safety or wellbeing of those following the routes as described. It is walkers’ own responsibility to be adequately prepared and equipped for the level of walk and the weather conditions and to assess the safety and accessibility of the walk.