St Cleer has a large footpath network and a map detailing each footpath is available below. The varied terrain and views from the footpaths make St Cleer parish footpaths a joy to visit. Leave the stresses and urbanised life behind and loose yourself in one of the most relaxing and inspirational areas of Cornwall. From the rugged moorland paths, to the breath taking views over St Cleer Downs stretching to Rame Head to the by-ways and country lanes of this ancient parish. You will see ancient history with historic places including
Trethevy Quoit, this ancient burial chamber is located in the hamlet of Trethevy and can be accessed from Darite.
St.Cleer Church the church in St. Cleer in the centre of the village was rebuilt towards the end of the 13 th century and the church tower relatively recently in the 15 th century.
St.Cleer Well a short distance from the church down Well Lane is located the granite holy well of St. Clarus, the water from which was reputed to cure madness.
King Donierts Stone on the road towards the hamlet of Redgate are two granite cross bases that make up King Doniertís Stone. The inscription is late 9 th century style and it is though that Doniert was Dungarth the King of Cornwall who drowned in the river Fowey and the stone marks his death in 875.
Click here to download a complete list of footpaths in the parish.
If you discover a problem with a footpath (eg blocked, overgrown etc.) and any other road or highway matter this can be reported to Cornwall Council
or please notify the Clerk with the footpath number, and the date problem noted.
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Parish Clerk: Chris Harris
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