You asked for Cornish walking trails, and that is what you’ll receive! What you’re seeing here is the Camel Trail, a 17-mile-long route found in northern Cornwall. The trail runs from the beautiful town of Padstow to the hamlet of Wenford Bridge, passing the towns of Wadebridge and Bodmin along the way. Originally this route was a railway, constructed to carry various goods from the ports to inland quarries and farms, and vice versa. Nowadays, however, it now exists as one of the most popular trails in the county, suitable for walkers, cyclists and riders, and used by roughly around 400,000 visitors yearly. One of the many reasons why the Camel Trail is indeed so well-liked is probably the fact that the route itself winds alongside the River Camel, providing an innumerate array of beautiful and yet strikingly diverse landscapes for visitors to feast their eyes upon.