Kayak the Cornish Coast With Koru and Find Hidden Treasures

The red cliffs of Cligga Head on Cornwall's North coast

The red cliffs of Cligga Head on Cornwall’s North coast

One of the best ways to explore the Cornish coast is by kayak and St Agnes-based Koru Kayaking offer an inexpensive way to discover some hidden treasures. Tom & Hetty Wildblood, who launched Koru earlier this year, offer a variety of kayak tours off the North Coast, around the Lizard Peninsular and exploring the Fal River and estuary.

I grew up in St Agnes and lived there most of my life but I’d never explored the coastline like I did recently with Koru. We were blessed with beautiful weather, calm seas and low tides and the rugged coast between Trevaunance Cove and the rusty red cliffs of Cligga Head was at it’s stunning best. We paddled past Star Rock,  Trevellas, Green Island, through the archway to Hanover Cove and explored the geological wonders of The Prism …. the colours of the rocks around here have to be seen to be believed . It was a real eye-opener for a local lad.

I’ll let the photos do the talking but if you ever get the chance, do it! I can’t recommend highly enough, it’s truly some of the most stunning scenery I’ve seen anywhere

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About MikeGreenslade

Mike is General Manager of ShelterBox Australia, a ShelterBox Response Team member and photographer, based in the Northern Rivers of NSW.
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2 Responses to Kayak the Cornish Coast With Koru and Find Hidden Treasures

  1. Simon Lawrence says:

    Mike, nice article on the kayaking. I defo want to give that a go….on a calm day of course !!

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