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Hurlers Stone Circles, Liskeard

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  • Visit in the sunshine and hear the larks or as in my case in the mist (Cornish clamp) and get separated from your group. Then you will get it.. A very old place, be careful not to let your mind wander...  more »
  • A great place to get out onto Bodmin Moor, while also being surrounded by interesting traces of ancient Britons. The Hurlers are 3 sets of Bronze Age stone circles - head through these and up towards ...  more »
  • I live 10 minutes from The Hurlers and walk with my dog here at least twice a week. To me, this is what Cornwall is truly about - the moors and our Cornish heritage. Be aware though that the weather c...  more »
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  • Really lovely and beautiful scenery a little treasure. And it's in a place called Minion! How awesome...
  • Beautiful skys...beautiful energy....beautiful views.
  • Nice setting and interesting stone circles. We found them by accident because the kids wanted us to drive to the village of Minions (yes, it's real). Interesting little visitors centre that details some of the history of mining in the area.
  • Lovely walks across the moor to see these stone circles next to the lovely little village of Minions
  • Beautiful landmark on open moorland. There is a small free car park just on the edges of the village. Wrap up on cold days as the open moorland give little protection from the winds. However, it is a lovely place to walk around and you can even continue on to the Cheesewring granite tor.