In our quest to view Bodmin Moor’s Brown Willy and RoughTor from all angles we dropped off the A30 at Trewint and started walking.
Sunday morning was curtailed by a plumbing emergency so I quickly mapped out a short afternoon walk taking in Sharp Tor, some nearby Cairns and Boundary Rock.
There was such a huge variety of interest on this beautiful walk and for most of the day we had this stunning Bodmin Moor landscape to ourselves.
Easter Sunday the sun was forecast to shine and the Helford River walk in Pathfinder’s Cornwall Outstanding Circular Walks just sounded really appealing.
Feeling the need for a sea air fix we we headed for the SW Coast Path and walked between the surprisingly glorious Pentewan Sands and the nature reserve at Ropehaven.
Still heeding the stay local Covid policy we are more than happy to revisit Trewortha Tor today.
Time to revisit Brown Willy and Rough Tor on Bodmin Moor again.
The weather forecast was bad…..rain, rain and more rain!
The weather forecast was horrendous for our local area so we headed to Bude that has it’s own micro climate which invariably is better.
Happy to stay local now that we have discovered this area of Bodmin Moor to go walking.
In the spirit of staying local we ventured only slightly further north to the East Moor area of Bodmin Moor.
Stay local…..Covid guidance Jan 2021…..so glad we took heed. This stunning area is right on our doorstep…..another great find!
What a find! Hard to believe we’ve never been here before. Absolutely stunning New Year’s Day Walk where the vistas just kept coming as we walked around the headland.
A figure of 8 walk around Talland Bay starting and finishing at Talland Church.
A 4.5 mile circular walk taking in a short stretch of the Saints Way between St Issey and Padstow.
A short circular walk around the Mount Edcumbe peninsula starting and finishing at maker Church.
A Sunday walk on the Saints Way between Luxulyan and Lanlivery.
Easter break ….. let’s climb Scafell Pike! Seemed like a good plan ….. we’d tackled Snowdon over Easter last year so this had to be next on the list!
I set up the Piktour website around 18/04/2018 well over a year ago I have finally managed to get around to editing this first ‘Hello World’ blog post….so here goes!