This walk starts from the car parking area at the National Trust owned site of

The Botallack Count House. This  ‘walk’ is gives people with limited

mobility who use ‘Tramper’ or similar ‘Off Road’ mobility scooters an opportunity to explore this historically interesting section of coast line which also provides many stunning views and opportunities to watch wildlife. The walk is also suitable for

families with young children who use ‘Off Road’ pushchairs, however it is rather stony and a little steep in some places and visitors must assess its suitability.

The walk offers great flexibility in distance as it goes in both directions along the coastal byway from the start point, and returns along the same route. 

 There are disabled car parking spaces at the start of the walk and there are many shops, pubs and cafes near by and toilets in the village of Pendeen, at the Levant Beam Engine, at Geevor Mine and at the Count House at Botallack, during opening hours.

Horse Riders on the Coastal Byway

Mobility Walk, Cycle or Ride from Botallack Count House.

Also suitable for mobility buggies and pushchairs.    Up to 5.5 miles.

PAROW

Penwith Access and Rights of Way – this is a local community based organisation working with a wide range of partners including the West Cornwall Local Action Group and Cornwall Council to improve access to the countryside for both local people and visitors, with a particular interest in access to Penwith’s diverse collection of Ancient and Historic Sites. It also aims to help

encourage tourism for the benefit of local businesses and to offer people the opportunity to carry out practical conservation task