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Carn brea is a great walk for people that love walking great views from the top if weather is clear but most days o k ,old castle on one end which is also a restaurant, if you look back in history you will find it...More
Great place for wonderful views especially on clear days as others have said. But what about the 'sliding rock' - about 100 yards down in front of the castle and a little over towards the monument is the sliding rock, a natural granite slide that...More
If on an a bright and clear day make you your way to top of Carn Brea you are in for quite some view. From the summit you will be able to see Bodmin Moor, St Ages Head, Redruth, Camborne, Gwithian, St Ives and -...More
Built by the Bassett family centuries ago Carn Brea monument truly is a gift to Camborne. Catching the sunset in the summer is truly incredible and it’s a great place for kids to have fun climbing on the rocks. Only advice would be to make...More
It is notoriously difficult trying to find this outstanding structure and it took a while to locate Francis Bassett's monument as it is not signposted, although you can see it while travelling on the A30.
But once you find it it is well worth the...More
Obtain a view of Redruth and surrounding areas by taking the walk around this area. Lovely walk to take the digs on - particularly if you are looking for an alter native to beach walks during the summer. Great resturant in the old castle as...More