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Kemyel Crease

A conifer plantation sloping down to the sea, rich in fungi in summer and autumn

This reserve is a conifer plantation sloping down to the sea; a small, sheltered woodland in a windswept area. The site is split in two by the South West Coast Path which meanders along the cliffside, affording visitors a splendid view across Mount

Species and habitats

Habitats
Woodland

Nearby nature reserves

Caer Bran and Bartinney Nature Resrve
5 miles - Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Bosvenning Common
5 miles - Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Bakers Pit
7 miles - Cornwall Wildlife Trust

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Reserve information

Location
South of Mousehole.
Penzance
Cornwall
Map reference
SW 460 243
Best time to visit
Apr - Jul
Sep - Nov
Get directions
Find out here
Public transport
Plan your journey
Opening Times
Open at all times
Size
2.00 hectares
Access
No

Contact the Trust for access information.
Walking information
On foot only. It is a walk of 1 mile (1.6 km) from where the coastal path leaves the road south of Mousehole. The South West Coast Path runs through the reserve, but the site is largely inaccessible. The path can be uneven and stout footwear is recommended
Dogs
Dogs allowed
Grazing animals
No
Reserve manager
Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Tel: 01872 273939
nick.marriott@cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk

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