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  • 6 Accessible Walks

    Love the outdoors? Us too, and we think everyone should be able to enjoy the gorgeous Cornish countryside, so we've rounded up some accessible walks, perfect for all seasons.

  • 10 brilliant local family walks

    Here are our favourite family friendly Muddy walks in Cornwall to kick that cabin fever (some with added coffee pit-stops).

  • Muddy Guide: Dog friendly beaches Cornwall

    Don't bury your head in the sand! Heading to the beach with your pooch? You'll be needing our guide to the Duchy's best dog friendly beaches - and which ones to avoid.

  • Muddy Walks: Bluebell Woods

    Half the world’s population of bluebells can be found in the UK and there are loads of gorgeous places to admire them in Cornwall. Here are a few of our favourites...

  • Spring Blossom – where to find the best in Cornwall

    Heard of the Japanese concept of Hanami? Meaning 'flower viewing', it's the practice of observing and enjoying the seasonal blossom of Spring. Here's where to find the best in Cornwall this month.

  • Daff-idyllic!

    They're the cheerful little trumpets that herald the arrival of spring and here are the best places in Cornwall to see them right now...

  • Coastal cures! 10 walks to blow away the cobwebs

    Looking for a coastal stomp to welcome in Spring? Here are some of our favourites around the Cornish Coast Path.

  • Snowdrops everywhere

    The snowdrops are coming out! From woodlands to National Trust gardens, we've round up the loveliest places to catch winter snowdrops across Cornwall and beyond over the next few weeks.

  • Muddy’s best Boxing Day walks

    Wrap up warm and go in search of your own winter wonderland! Here's where the Muddy team will be striding across Cornwall.

  • Muddy Walks: Calstock to Cotehele

    Metal Sculptor Thomas Thrussell shares one of his favourite Cornish afternoon walks along the banks of The Tamar river. Boots on? Ready, let's go.

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