Long Weekend Walk – Cornwall

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30 Jan - 3 Feb, 2020
Priced on a sliding scale - see website

Land In Curiosity presents a new series of long weekend walks, set along the stunning coast of Cornwall. Journey through small fishing villages, rugged coastlines and sprawling English countryside as part of a temporary nomadic community.

Expect 2-5 hours of walking a day, wild camping, time for personal reflection and a range of practices designed to connect with nature.

No experience of wild or winter camping necessary. Cost includes all food over the course of the walk.

Near Cornwall, UK

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