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This place is fairly hidden from the road, which makes it more special, it's one of the most amazing places I've ever been to, waterfalls, rocks that have been shaped over millions of years, it's like going back thousands of years.
Our second visit to this little gem, hidden in the valley near the village of Bossiney in Cornwall. We seen it in bright sunshine and stormy winds and rain and it is definitely stunning! The trek is not for the faint hearted, as the steps...More
This is a beautiful place and a North Cornwall well kept secret. After visiting St Nectans Glen follow the river downstream and discover a beautiful walk which takes you through to a very scenic and rugged landscape, typical for the Cornish coastline or alternatively follow...More
Having walked past this a few years ago whilst walking the SWCP we decided to visit this place since we were staying in the local area.
Follow the clearly marked footpath which (from inland) takes you through a wooded glen, past some disused mills and...More
Great views of the coast and of the stream flowing down to the sea. Sat and watched the waves coming in one evening. Excellent evidence of hydraulic action and abrasion (sorry, its the Geography teacher in me!). Walk along the river for a quarter of...More
PL34 0BB is the post code. For lots of really useful info search "National Trust Rocky Valley Cornwall". Also consider visiting St Nectans Glen (which is a little way up that road on the opposite side) for a lovely (free... More
PL34 0BB is the post code. For lots of really useful info search "National Trust Rocky Valley Cornwall". Also consider visiting St Nectans Glen (which is a little way up that road on the opposite side) for a lovely (free) woodland/riverside walk. Good cafe with great staff at the top. From there you can pay around £5.00 to go on a beautiful walk to see their 3 waterfalls if you wish. St Nectans do not advertise & recommendation seems to be by word of mouth only! It's a private business. See their website for details. Went yesterday. Had a great time. Good luck with your trip.