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Top Cornish route could require walking boots

Posted 24 December 2010
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Top Cornish route could require walking boots
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Britons who take on one newspaper's Walk of the Week may find they require walking boots, after it was described as having some muddy and uneven surfaces.

The Daily Telegraph hands the accolade to the Cotehele Quay, Mill and Bohetherick Wood venue for the next seven days.

It suggests the circular path is one that is just right for all the family, potentially making it a festive favourite over the coming days.

And the good news for those with a pet is that the walking trail welcomes people who wish to give their dog some exercise.

At approximately 3.5 miles in length and taking between two and two-and-a-half hours to complete, the route features beautiful limestone scenery and a working mill, as well as the interestingly-named Dung Quay.

The previous Walk of the Week title went to Hardcastle Crags in West Yorkshire, where the path follows the line of an old railway.ADNFCR-2803-ID-800311556-ADNFCR