Outdoor space open year round.
Accessed on foot via the South West
Coast Path from Cape Cornwall or Botallack.
Or take the footpath from the bottom of Nancherrow Hill.
The Tregeseal River flows down the valley to the Atlantic and Porthledden. A river that once provided a source of power for the ruins of mine workings located within it.
A fascinating and famed place for rare, unusual and not unusual birds, like the Common Kestrel pictured.
Snow and Lapland Buntings, Merlin and Short-eared Owls are all seen annually. Snipe, Woodcock and possibly Jack Snipe have been sighted and the resident Choughs can be heard and seen as they pass over head.
AddressKenidjack Valley, Penzance, UK View on map
Buses from Nancherrow (S)
The next bus from Nancherrow (S) is expected to depart at 12:01