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Tamar Trails

Add Tamar Trails to your Itinerary

Type:Outdoor Activity/Pursuit Centre

Woodlands
Gulworthy
Tavistock
Devon
PL19 8JE

Tel: 01822 833409

Tamar Trails

Guide Prices

The trails are free to use all year round, parking is £2 a day.
Activities start from £10 up to £30, please check website for full details.

Facilities

Key Features

  • Families
  • In countryside
  • Of historic, literary or architectural interest

Accessibility

  • Toilets for disabled visitors
  • Wheelchair access and toilet

Children & Infants

  • Accept children (Minimum age) - Minimum age 4 years old
  • Facilities for children

Parking & Transport

  • Car parking - Pay and Display car park £2 all day
  • On Bus Route

Leisure Facilities

  • Cycle hire

Catering

  • Café
  • Serve lunch
  • Take away service

Payment Methods

  • All major credit cards accepted

Establishment Features

  • Accommodation nearby
  • Cater for groups
  • Cater for school groups
  • Fully qualified instructors
  • On-site Restaurant/Cafe
  • Picnic Area
  • Route maps available
  • Self guided walks/cycle rides
  • Toilets
  • Welcome single sex groups, eg stag/hen parties

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From Plymouth via Tavistock Take the A386 into Tavistock from the Drakes statue roundabout follow signs to Gunnislake. Approx. 3 miles from Tavistock cross straight over a mini roundabout at Gulworthy Approx 1 mile further take entrance to Tree Surfers on right. From Plymouth via Callington Cross the River Tamar via the Saltash Bridge. Head for Callington. At Calllington take the A390 to Gunnislake. Continue through the village and cross the River Tamar.Continue up the hill for 1/2 mile take entrance to Tree Surfers on left.  

Opening Times

Tamar Trails (1 Mar 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)

* Open for activities every weekend and every school holiday.
Cafe and visitor centre for trails open every day.

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