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We recently discovered this little Gem after visiting Cornwall many times & we will definitely be back .. we enjoyed a family walk mid afternoon, it wasn’t too busy & we took some fabulous photos & enjoyed the simplicity of nature .. the path is...More
Were recommended Golitha falls while staying in Launceston as a place to visit on route to our next destination. Car park and toilets provided by a café with an polite notice to support the café if possible. There is a path to start with then...More
A lovely evening stroll. Can sometimes be too busy with dog walkers and as we know, there are good dog walkers and bad dog walkers who do and do not pick up after their pet! Sometimes this walk is lovely and other times you have...More
This place is only a few miles from where we stay every year but have never stopped so decided to take a look.Plenty of parking and a little bbq eating shack but I’m not sure of opening times.The walk in the woods and it’s scenery...More
Every visit can be quite a different experience. It can be quite muddy if it has been wet and the river quite fast flowing. It can also be dry underfoot with a slow flowing river.
There are several routes to choose from including one right...More
We did this with an 8yr old and 4yr old. There are a few different sections to the falls and getting down to take pretty pictures can be a little tough for younger kids as they have to take big strides, but, my 4yr old...More