hello

Walk 3. Beacon towards Mingoose

Distance 2.7 miles (approx)

Starting at the Trelawny Road car park, take the lane located between the recycling station and the scout hut, walking past the garages on your right.

Turn right onto Polbreen Lane and then proceed onto Whitworth Close. At the end of Whitworth Close you will see a triangular piece of grass.

Follow the path behind the houses, turning left at the signpost towards ‘The Beacon via Cannonball Farm’. At the end of this path you join a wider track. Turn right and after a few hundred yards you will reach Cannonball Farm.

Cross at this point and continue upwards along the path, passing some houses on your left. The path then narrows before reaching an open green at the bottom of the Beacon. Walk across the top of this field and over the stoney style. Continue straight along the bottom path.

At this crossroads in the path turn left. Continue along this path, passing one path on the left hand side then taking the second turning left.

Follow this path until you reach a wider track, turn right at the bottom and you will come out on Beacon Drive. Turn left then almost immediately there is a public footpath on your right.

Follow this footpath to the next road, cross over then continue down along the track

Once you reach this point, turn right onto a narrow footpath

Follow the narrow footpath until it crosses a small stream, then turning right (you will be heading down towards Chapel Porth)

When you reach a fork in the path, turn left and follow this path up and around the outside of the field. There are cows in the field but it is fenced (though Evie had to stay on lead as she could get under fence).

Once you have walked around the field you will arrive at a steel gate, go this gate then walk across the top of the fields to the end and cross the style.

Cross the style and head left back towards the Beacon. There is a gate at the bottom of this track. Go through the gate and then after about 20 metres turn right and head along the track with houses on your left.

The track will bring you out onto a road. Turn left. When you reach the staggered crossroads, turn right and walk along Goonvrea Road. As it veers to the left there is a track on the left (opposite a bench). Take this track and it will lead you towards Cannonball Farm (though you don’t want to go that far)

Turn right immediately past this fence, and proceed along a narrow track behind the houses. At the end, turn right and it will bring you to the grass triangle. Then retrace your steps along Whitworth Close and Polbreen Lane and back to the car park.

Dogs Love Adventure Treks!

Since focussing on adventure treks, Piran Pets have been rewarded by seeing so many happy dogs. Dogs playing with each other on the beaches, in the woods and across the sand dunes. The fast paced walks use up energy and provide them with much needed exercise.

They also offer lots of different stimulation. Your dogs are stimulated by their changing surroundings, by the different smells, by water and by sand. They are stimulated by each other. Most of the Piran Pets Adventure dogs know each other so they have already bonded and developed a group dynamic. In addition to all of this they are also stimulated by the many other different dogs and humans we meet on our exciting adventures.

The Wednesday Retriever Romp has proved very popular, providing an hour and a half of exciting fun for this water loving breed. We have been enjoying the empty beaches – one of the positive outcomes of bad weather The dogs just love bouncing all over each other, splashing through the waves and chasing each other across the dunes. I especially love to run down some of the steeper dunes at Holywell Bay, with 6 retrievers in tow and lots of barking and happy wagging tails!

On Fridays, the Big Dog Adventure Treks have also been very well attended. We have been enjoying a few Friday afternoons going off piste at Idless. As soon as paws hit the bouncy woodland floor the dogs are so energised, they chase each other, chase smells and enjoy a cleansing dip and cool down after so much adventure.

The smaller dogs can’t always walk so far so I always tailor their walks to suit smaller paws – but they still have lots of fun and adventures, but with dogs of their own size who won’t flatten them in play or knock them over!

Whether big or small, your dog will love Piran Pets Adventure Treks!

Let your dog’s adventure start here.

Please contact [email protected] or telephone 07737843781