Scenic Cycle Route

Cremyll to Maker

The perfect way to explore the scenic Rame Peninsula in this Cornish Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

This cycle route (part of National Cycle Route 2) starts at the Cremyll Ferry Quay, where there are also regular bus links to Plymouth City Centre via Torpoint and the Rame Peninsula and pedestrian ferries to Stonehouse and Royal William Yard in Plymouth.

The Cremyll Ferry runs daily, every half hour, from Admirals Hard in Stonehouse  to Mount Edgcumbe to enjoy the quiet grounds, woodland trails and secluded shores. Please note charges apply for both bikes and pedestrians on the ferry.

On arrival at the Park follow the waymarked signs from Cremyll up through Mount Edgcumbe Country Park via the Barrow Centre and the Deer Park to Maker Church.

At that point cyclists can continue along minor roads to Maker Heights and the villages of Cawsand and Kingsand. Cycle parking is also available at Maker Heights and at the car park in Cawsand village.