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Visible from much of Dartmoor is another patch of moorland located in the south west, and that is none other than Cornwall’s Bodmin Moor. In this collection of videos, you can join Trev and company as they take in the various sites of Bodmin moor. To watch the video, simply click the title or the thumbnail.


For their first outing into Cornwall’s Bodmin Moor, it had to be a hike up to the county’s highest point, the infamous Brown Willy.

Nath, Trev and Moby first go hiking up Showery Tor, and then over to the impressive Rough Tor (via Llittle Rough Tor) where Trev has a Bodmin Legend to share (watch for the glaringly obvious -and obviously deliberate ­čśë  mistake).

Some dodgy navigation sees them cross some settlements and field systems and head on over to Garrow Tor. And to top the day off, some even dodgier navigation through private land the pair finally make it to Brownwilly via Brown willy Downs.

You can watch the video here.


A day hike onto Bodmin Moor once again, and this time its one taken from County Walking Magazine that takes in the legendary King Arthur’s Hall

Parking just beside the Stannon China and Clay Works, the route leads onto Bodmin Moor via Dinnever Hill, and takes in a couple of stone circles on the way. Rough Tor and Brown Willy can be seen on this walk. 

Then the lads head into St Brewards CP where they locate the area known as King Arthurs Hall just beyond King Arthurs Downs. It’s not sure what exactly this place was, but some believe it could possibly have been a late Neolithic or early bronze age ceremonial site.

From here its west across the moor through Candra and over to Treswallock Downs where the highest point of the day is located, Alex Tor

You can watch the video here.

Interesting fact – One of the rare videos to include some of the lads drone footage.