Cornish Pisky Pal’s Pisky Trails consists of around 20 small named piskies hiding around the small fishing village of Coverack. It’s a great way to enjoy the outdoors and explore some of the more secluded paths in Coverack. To take part in a Pisky Trail you need to buy a Pisky Trail for £2.50, from a designated local shop or from Pisky HQ. Your Pisky Trail guides you to the hidden piskies, each pisky has a label with their name on it. Write the name of the pisky on your Pisky Trail, when you’ve found all the piskies, the first letter of their names spell out a ‘mystery pisky phrase’.
Return your Pisky Trail to be entered into the prize draw, you could win your very own Cornish Pisky Pal, each returned Pisky Trail will be exchanged for a Cornish Pisky Pal sticker (one for each Pisky Trail).
Thank you to Cornish Walking Trails who made this fantastic You Tube clip of their Pisky Trail experience in Coverack.
Pisky Trails are primarily fun but have an educational aspect, encouraging reading and writing for a purpose, reinforcing numbers and letters as well as introducing an understanding and appreciation of our natural environment. Trails and treasure hunts are a long standing popular family activity and a Pisky Trail continues these features. A Pisky Trail also encourages exercise and enjoying our beautiful environment. We positively promote caring for our own (and the Cornish Pisky Pals) environment.
A Cornish Pisky Pal Pisky Trail creates a real buzz of excitement as children hunt for and find little piskies! It’s great value and families can easily spend an hour or two hunting for piskies.
Our Pisky Trails appeal to a wide age range and many people come back time and time again, each Pisky Trail is different with new pisky hiding places and a new ‘Mystery Pisky Phrase’.
What pisky trailers have told us…
“We did the pisky trail today. It was the perfect weather for a piskie hunt! ☀️ We had a really lovely afternoon down in Coverack. The trail was so much fun to do, we all loved it and it kept the children occupied for the whole walk. Perfect family afternoon”.
Cornish Pisky Pals would like to thank all who supported us at our last event.
Our planned Pisky trails may have to change at short notice, depending on Covid restrictions.
Coverack Village Pisky Trail
11th February 2022, daily until 28th February 2022
1st April 2022, daily until 3rd May 2022
27th May 2022, daily until 13th June 2022
8th July 2022, daily until 9th August 2022
11th August 2022, daily until 12th September 2022
14th October 2022, daily until 31st October 2022
16th December, daily until 3rd January 2023
Coverack Village Pisky Trails are available from The Old Mill Shop and Coverack Village Stores during usual opening hours (Also available from Pisky H.Q TR12 6SD).
It cost £2.50 for each Pisky Trail that will guide you to the hiding piskies, Follow the route and write down the names of the piskies you find (leave the piskies there for other people to find!), the first letter of their names will spell out a Mystery Pisky phrase. A Pisky Trail is a great way to explore Coverack and the route and phrase change each school holiday (twice in the summer holidays!)
When you return your Pisky Trail you will receive a Pisky sticker and be entered into the prize draw for a chance to win your very own Cornish Pisky Pal.
For Pisky Trail dates planned for 2022 please see the calendar on this website.
Cornish Pisky Pals® invite you to join us for a creative workshop, this is currently unavailable due to Corona Virus outbreak
Workshops take place at Pisky H.Q. Trevothen, Coverack, Helston, Cornwall TR12 6SD
All materials and guidance are supplied to make your own Pisky Paradise.
Choose from a Pisky Cottage, a Pisky Pot or paint your own Pisky ornament.
Make a Pisky Pond £5, a Pisky Pot workshop £10, paint your own Pisky ornament £12 or make a Pisky Cottage £15.
Please contact us to arrange a workshop that lasts around 15 minutes for a Pisky Pond and up to 45 mins for a Pisky Cottage.
Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Please contact Caroline at Cornish Pisky Pals: