Discover the Truro Loops



Truro Loops is a project to enable car-free connections for the communities of Truro. We aim to make it as easy as possible for everyone who lives, works and visits the city to enjoy the open spaces, local countryside and rivers that make the city of Truro so special.


By bike or by foot the Truro Loops are a series of accessible routes in and around the city of Truro, Cornwall. The routes connect various public spaces and communities across Truro and aim for easy, car-free travel.

Newham trail

The connection from the city's southern side to Newham and the business district beyond takes the path of the old railway branch line. This is a popular route with runners and cyclists.

moresk forest loop

Truro's riverside forest walk is a 30-minute walk which takes you as far as Sunny Corner. The walk continues through the beautiful forest with sweeping views of Truro

truro city loop

A circular route taking in Cathedral views, architecture, and the Royal Cornwall Museum. Some of Truro’s best secrets are found when you look up at the buildings around you.

Boscawen park loop

Boscawen Park is Truro’s play, sports and activity hub. All activities are set in beautifully, maintained Parkland and gardens. The walk takes in the fantastic views of Truro.

“Of all the paths in life, make sure a few of them are dirt”

John Muir


Truro is remembered by its cobbled streets and cathedral spires. Truro’s heritage is abundant with stories and landmarks, but as the city’s space has evolved, the relationship with the river which secured its fortunes is less obvious.

It’s time to connect Truro to its abundant riverside heritage and rediscover natural connections to the rivers and countryside that surrounds Cornwall’s only city.