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  • Educational
  • Walking
Free
Take the no. 14 from Truro to St Ives and alight at Hayle. Hayle’s proximity to the major copper and tin mines of Redruth and Camborne gave this area an important role. Cross the railway swing bridge...
  • Leisure
  • Nature
  • Walking
Free
In cold winters, as many as 18,000 birds have been seen at Hayle Estuary, because this most south westerly estuary in the UK never freezes. During spring and autumn, it is an ideal place to see...
  • Adventure & sports
  • Cycling
Free
Take the bus to Hayle and hire your bicycles at www.haylecycles.com. Follow The First & Last Trail, a popular route between Hayle & Land’s End. Cycle along the relatively level river valleys...
  • Walking
A lovely level walk offering views over Copperhouse pool, a site of special scientific Interest and an area of great scientific value, and taking in the industrially important town of Hayle....
  • Walking
Park in front of the church hall, by the church adjacent to the bridge over the River Hayle at St Erth. From the car park turn away from the church and cross the road, go across the rough car park...