Camel Trail estuary side leading to Padstow is quite spectacular no
matter what time of the year or what state of tide. This remains the
most popular section with Padstow still very much an active fishing
village, with all the hustle bustle and charm associated with commercial
fishing. Add to this Rick Stein's influence, ferries across to Rock,
speed boat trips, fishing trips and the general ambience of a holiday
town and it is hardly surprising that the majority of the Trail users
head to this pretty and unspoilt village.
has recently been extended to Wenford Bridge and then to delightful
Potters Barn Tea Shop making now a total of 11 miles from Wadebrige.
This increasingly popular section of the Camel Trail is a delight
year round. However, springtime with the bluebell roads (GAFF AND
UNDERTOWN), the water meadows full of Iris's and the excellent chance
of seeing a deer or an otter or the flash of a Kingfisher - upstream
is the place to be.