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Was surprised to find these three stone circles as hadn't heard of them before. Obviously less impressive than Stonehenge but in a more impressive situation. Reached by easy walk from nearest carpark, at Minions. Visit should be combined with a walk onwards up to the...More
Having recently moved to the area, this has become our favourite evening dog walk. The views are amazing. Some of the best sunsets. No matter how many times I go I still love seeing the stones and being in the moorland. Well worth a visit...More
An amazing place to visit, best on a lovely day, but also nice when windy to blow away the cobwebs. An amazing ring of stones some still standing, also worth wandering over the moors enjoying the freedom to visit the Cheesewring. A stone standing circles...More
A beautiful atmospheric place and so peaceful. We walked across the moorland from the free car park at Minions to Hurlers. Hardly anyone about except sheep and birds. If you get this far, its a must to go on to Cheesewring!
The carpark is free, large and in September practically empty. The stone circles are about a 5 minute casual stroll from the carpark. The site itself is not very interesting (apart from the age) but the views across the moors are fantastic. Good photo opportunity....More
It’s a great place to visit, we parked in the free car park in minions and walked over the moorland to Hurlers and then climbed up the cheesewring. Beautiful walk with brilliant views and lots of wildlife, ponies, cows and sheep. We really enjoyed climbing...More
Well worth a short walk from the car park at Minions. It is a lovely walk with beautiful views on a clear sunny day. Extend your walk to the Cheesewring for a 360 degree view across both Cornwall and Devon. Allow a couple of hours...More
Hurlers Stone Circles are probably the best examples of ceremonial circles in the south west. 3 Neolithic or early Bronze Age stone circles arranged in a line. i have never seen anything like it. lovely to visit as part of a longer walk onto the...More