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The "100 Mile Challenge" Cornwall Walking Holiday

The Saints and Smugglers 100 mile challenge -  Options and Short Breaks

As this is a circular walking holiday route you can start and finish at any location on the route. See the Travel section for the best options if arriving by public transport OR Car.  Boscastle has been used as the example below but you can start anywhere.

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More information and examples of these walking grades

  Standard Route  
Day 1 Boscastle to Port Isaac - 14 miles (N Coast Path) More Details
Day 2 Port Isaac to Padstow - 12 miles (N Coast Path) More Details
Day 3 Padstow to Lanivet - 15 miles  (Saints Way) More Details
Day 4 Lanivet to Fowey  - 13  miles (Saints Way) More Details
Day 5 Fowey to Looe - 12 miles (S Coast Path) More Details
Day 6 Looe to Jamaica Inn - 20 miles (Smugglers) More Details
Day 7 Jamaica Inn to Boscastle - 16 miles (Smugglers) More Details
  Daily Average 14.5  miles  
  Slower Route  
Day 1 Boscastle to Tintagel - 5 miles (N Coast Path) More Details
Day 2 Tintagel to Port Isaac 9 miles (N Coast Path) More Details
Day 3 Port Isaac to Padstow - 12 miles (N Coast Path) More Details
Day 4 Padstow to Withiel 10 miles (Saints Way) More Details
Day 5 Withiel to Lanlivery - 10 miles (Saints Way) More Details
Day 6 Lanlivery to Fowey - 8 miles (Saints Way) More Details
Day 7 Fowey to Looe - 12 miles (S Coast Path) More Details
Day 8 Looe to Liskeard / St Neot - 10 or 13.5 miles (Smugglers) More Details
Day 9 Liskeard/ St Neot  to Jamaica Inn - 12 or 8 miles (Smugglers) More Details
Day 10 Jamaica Inn to Boscastle - 16 miles (Smugglers) More Details
  Daily Average 10.4  miles  


Kilmar Tor Bodmin Ten Tors Route in Cornwall UK Walking HolidaysBodmin Moor Ten Tors Challenge Option -  For those who have the time to cover the Looe to Boscastle in 3 days.  Experienced walkers can opt to take The Bodmin Moor Ten Tors option from Liskeard to Boscastle. Taking in a superb but very challenging day from Liskeard via an ancient stone burial chamber and two stone circles, long lost mining tramways, the renowned Cheeswring Rock Formation and the highlight,  5 miles of open moorland in the most remote part of Bodmin Moor to rejoin the Saints Way at Jamaica Inn. CLICK HERE for details.

Walking Short Breaks on this Route 2, 3 or 4 nights

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Short walking breaks on the Smugglers Way

Short walking breaks on the South West Coast Path

Short walking breaks on the Saints Way

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