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Coastal & Hedgerow Wild Food Foraging Walk


Discover the edible delights on Falmouth's doorstep with Rachel Lambert on this wonderful walk taking in an abundance of Cornwall's wild food. Part of the Fal River Autumn Walking Festival.

The Walk 

Come & discover the edible delights on Falmouth’s doorstep!Walking the coastal path & nearby park, covering identification of wild plants, safety, uses, recipe ideas & more. Autumn roots, fruits, seeds & greens will be in abundance. Wilds that maybe included are; Rock samphire, sea radish, hogweed, alexanders, burdock, hawthorn, cleavers, dandelion, carrot, brambles.

Start Time 


Starts from

Gyllyngvase Beach, Cliff Road, Falmouth. Meet by cafe.

Finishes at 

Same location


1-2 miles


2 hours



What to bring

Please wear weather appropriate clothing (it can be cooler on the sea front & there’ll be some standing around) & comfortable shoes to walk in.

Optional: Hot flask, snacks, notebook & pen, camera

Led by 

Rachel Lambert


Adults £20, Under 16s £5 (concessions £15/£3)


Yes, on road near the beach or in the car park.

Dog Friendly 

A significant amount of time will be in a park where no dogs are allowed

Family Friendly 


Wheelchair Access 

Route includes sand - wheelchairs maybe difficult - please call to discuss

OS Map Ref 


Contact number (to book & confirm) 

07903 412014 or book online at www.wildwalks-southwest.co.uk