Everest Anniversary Trek

The dinner and celebrations at Thyangboche Monastery were outstanding. Manoj, our tour leader, was fabulous - World Expeditions are lucky to have a man of his calibre and knowledge working for them. Thanks and commendations to all!

B Ross | Queensland, Australia

Cornish Cycle Tour

Cornwall is very much a holiday county with beaches, famous cornish pasties, pirates, shipwrecks and the roaring sea. This bike tour is so much more, it is a journey through a varying landscape of inland heaths and downs, rolling hills and tumbling coastlines. There are sheltered coves and beautiful rivers, castles and gardens to visit, some flat trails away from the traffic and then some hilly minor road routes. Cyclists for this ride need to be fairly fit. The daily rides are not that great, the longest day is only approx 30 miles (50km) however it can be windy. This allows plenty of time to see Cornwall the way that you want to!

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive Padstow
DAY 2 Ride out along the coast past Newquay to Perranporth (35.4km)
DAY 3 Cycle to St Ives (44km)
DAY 4 Cycle along classic Cornish scenery via Lands End to Porthcurno (38km)
DAY 5 Ride the coast road to Mousehole, around Mounts Bay to Porthleven (38km)
DAY 6 Pedal inland to cross Lizard Point and around villages that surround the Helford River, then from Falmouth to St Mawes by ferry (37km)
DAY 7 Cycle across the Roseland peninsular to the old smuggling village of Mevagissey and onto Charlestown (42km)
DAY 8 Head off along the Clay Trails followed by a gentle cycle along the Camel Trail, returning to Padstow (50km)
DAY 9 Trip concludes

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Trip Code: CCC
Trip Grading: Moderate to Challenging
Duration:  9 days
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