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A 4.5 mile walk along the South West Coast Path to blow away the cobwebs, travelling alongside the railway line high above St Ives Bay, through an area rich in ancient history, from Stone Age times to the nineteenth century, when lookouts watched...more
Lelant Station | Lelant, St Ives TR26 3DS, England
All reviews lelant saltings lovely walk carbis bay badger inn park and ride scenic walk quiet road caught the train trains run kidney ups and downs worth the effort every half hour train journey the cliff sand dunes route
Enjoy a peaceful walk? Then try St Ives to Lelant Station, stopping at Cabris Bay for a coffee, ice cream or pizza. Maybe you’ve had enough walking, then catch the train back to St Ives. Purchase a ticket from the machine. Trains run ever half...More
We parked at Leland Saltings, £2.80 for 24 hours. There are signs for coastal path from the car park then follow the acorns, it's a beautiful walk with stunning coastal views. You also have the choice of getting the train back. The walk has quite...More
We enjoyed a wonderful stroll along this path as the trains kept passing with brilliant sea views to our left. We found a great pub in Lelant to enjoy a drink before getting the train back to St Ives. Just a great day out.
I do love this part of the coastal walk, from St Ives to Lelant. The sole blip is the loss of beach and beach views when you pass the Carbis Bay Hotel.
The new buildings (still unfinished) take up a huge visual space as you...More
Went to Lelant salting midday and the parking was full so went to St Erth. They’re in the process of building more parking but we didn’t have a problem.
Definitely sit on the right hand side of the train - that’s where the view is....More
When staying at St Ives we spent one whole day (10 hours) walking to Lelant and back.
This included coffee by the harbour at St Ives, a drink at the Carbis Bay hotel. Then a long paddle along Carbis Bay beach and around the headland...More
A brilliant way to travel into St Ives without the hassle of having to find somewhere to park. We went from the beginning to the end of the line but there is also ana park and ride stop en route. The station and train were...More
Response from SW_Coast_Path_Team | Property representative |
As you would expect with the Coast Path some of it is along cliff tops, but on this section whenever you are close to an edge there is either a fence or a bank between you and the drop, so you should be fine.