Innopet Dog Strollers, our favourite strolls in Cornwall

Innopet Dog Strollers, our favourite strolls in Cornwall

Innopet Dog Strollers, our favourite strolls in Cornwall

Coveted for their quality and sustainable manufacturing, Innopet Dog Strollers are built to support an outdoor lifestyle for every dog and their owner, all the way from puppyhood to seniorship. Perfect for little legs that tire easily, poorly pooches who can’t keep up like they used to, and canine companions who need shelter away from the madding crowd whilst still making the most of the outdoors, we explore some of our favourite walks in Cornwall for those utilising one of Innopet’s fabulous dog strollers.


The Camel Trail

This is a firm favourite of ours, being right on our doorstep! Meandering its way alongside the River Camel, this easy and flat route is popular among cyclists, ramblers and dog walkers alike. Being flat, it’s the ideal route for an Innopet Dog Stroller, and you can be sure your pooch will be poking their heads out to soak in the sights, sounds and smells of the river and the incredible biodiversity that surrounds it.


Cardinham Woods

Nestled in a stunning valley with a babbling stream, beautiful viewpoints and intriguing history, Cardinham Woods are the perfect place for reconnecting with nature. It lies just a five-minute drive from the A30, making it super accessible for anybody exploring Cornwall, and with plenty of trails of varying difficulty, it’s also the ideal place to stretch your legs. The Woods Cafe has just what you need to fuel up before or after your walk, and for Innopet Strollers, choose from a selection of easy-terrain trails, all well marked and each as beautiful as the last. Add to this a DIY dog-washing station for pooches who fancy diving out of the stroller and into the stream, and it’s really the perfect place to stroll with your pooch.


Tehidy Woods

Flat trails immersed in beautiful woodland, where squirrels abound and multiple pools and lakes attract a cornucopia of wildlife throughout the year: Tehidy Woods is a sensory playground for humans and hounds alike! The trails are super easy and flat, ideal for Innopet Strollers, and with routes of varying length to choose from, you can wander for as long as your hearts desire. Top off your trip with a coffee and a bite from Tehidy Woods Cafe



Flanked on both sides by woodland, with views across the historic Looe Bar and Looe Pool and the Stables Cafe providing refreshments to keep energy levels topped up, Penrose is another easy-going ramble for pooches riding aboard their Innopet Stroller. Wildlife, streams and the inimitable smells of the Cornish countryside make Penrose a sensory playground, whether they want to hop off and enjoy it or simply kick back and soak it all in. The walk to Stables Cafe and back is approximately 5 kilometres, an easy-going way to spend a couple of hours’ quality time with your favourite canine companion.


Bissoe Trail

Imbued with rich Cornish mining history, the Bissoe Trail is one for the history buffs. Offering a flat trail for long, easy walks, it’s a well-known and popular coast-to-coast trail for those hoping to see the best of the county’s coast and countryside whilst soaking in the remnants of mining history, reminders of Cornwall’s global influence and innovation in one of the world’s most valuable industries. In all, there and back, it runs for 22 miles from Devoran to Portreath. It’s well marked, easy to follow, and easy on Innopet Stroller wheels. There’s also plenty of parking at different spots along the trail.


Swanpool to Gyllyngvase

This lovely short walk is another favourite of ours. Start at Swanpool, checking out the many species of birds on the nature reserve on the far side of the road. The views from the coast path between the beaches are to die for; you’ll usually spot boats at anchor or chugging their way along the horizon, and in the summer, the water takes on a colour so crystalline it’s hard to believe it’s real! The route itself is easy going with an Innopet Stroller, and as you get closer to Gylly beach, you’ll be glad you set out as you start to see the historic Pendennis Castle across the water. 


Bude Canal

Other than a low hill between the South West Coast Path and the canal, this route offers a flat walk for dog strollers, with no stiles or other obstacles to navigate. In fact, it’s one of the area’s most accessible walks, which is why it’s one of our favourites for stomps with strollers! Running alongside Bude’s historic canal, soaking in a calm and peaceful landscape with wildlife in abundance, before returning via the South West Coast Path with its unrivalled sea views, this is an excellent walk for dogs in strollers. It’s especially lovely in the spring, when keen noses are sure to poke out of the canopy as they detect ducklings and cygnets, interspersed with the smells of Cornish hedgerows coming into bloom.

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