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It depends how interested you are in history: mainly you'll see a circular rampart of stones and turf. However, if you are interested in the period, or just like wild places, it's an important sit of its type. Also has further history attached....Civil War, murder,...More
The monument is a good walk from the small car park. The footpath is fairly even and the area is very peaceful.
The views are amazing from the top with a 360° vista. There is a plaque that explains what you can see and allows...More
Historically significant. Plaque explains full history. Allegedly, spookiest place in Cornwall? Graduated mound with great 360 views. No actual ruins or such like here. Approx half dozen free parking spaces. Approach is very uneven and rocky, not for low sports cars! No facilities. Sheep lose...More
The hillfort is surrounded by three ramparts and ditches, one of which is of a noticeably slighter construction and indicates either an earlier phase of occupation, or the remodelling of the ramparts. There are two Bronze Age barrows, now in a rather poor condition, in...More